Jackie Chan prepares to debut his boy group JJCC in March

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Jackie Chan prepares to debut his boy group JJCC in March

The countdown has begun for the K-Pop project that actor Jackie Chan had been preparing for in the utmost secrecy. Targeting the global music market, Jackie Chan created a five-member rookie idol group called JJCC (“double JC,” probably in relation to Jackie Chan”s name), which is now counting down to its debut stage.

SEE ALSO: Jackie Chan to produce own K-pop group, “Double JC”

Jackie Chan participated in all the stages of preparing for this group, such as discovering the members, training them, producing the album, and more. The members themselves are all in their early 20s with an average height of 180 cm (~ 5 feet 11 inches); four of them are Korean while one member is Chinese.

Although the boys haven”t debuted yet, they”ve already garnered a good amount of experience, enough to show some professionalism and talent once they finally go on stage.

Their agency The Jackie Chan Group Korea said, “As JJCC was born through thorough planning under Jackie Chan”s belief that only a merged Asia could conquer the world, you will be able to experience different content from that of existing idols. We have completed all the work for their official debut. As we have sweated and shown passion for many years, we will do our best until the very end in order to have a first stage that will leave an impression on fans” minds.”

JJCC will debut sometime in March, so stay tuned for updates!

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