K-Much is going to have a sort of rebranding and their fans will have a big participation in it. The South Korean boy band is choosing a new group name with the help of fans. The band debuted in January 2014 as “Gamulchi” that means “snake head” in Korean. They changed the name to K-Much seven months after debut. Now it seems like the name did not work out well for the group. Fans will have three options to choose from. First is Be.A (Be Artist or Become an artist). Second is Champ (Become the Idol Champion) and the third is B.O.T. meaning Boy on top. K-Much fans will have to leave their comments for the vote to be accepted.
K-Much’s rebranding is just in time for their return after the year-long break. The group will also allegedly present a new member. It is done through Makestar’s K-Much Renewal Project. According to KPopmap , the band will return to the scene in March to introduce a new member. They are also set to release a mini album. K-Much currently has four members- Kiu, BornUs, G.Low, and Ato. One of the members, Loki, departed in December 2014. The group is known for being the male version of Chrome Entertainment’s Crayon Pop. Meanwhile, there will be changes to the band’s camping schedule. The band will still have their camping event from March 11 to 12, AllKPop has learned. In the overnight camping, fans will get the chance to play games with their idols and cook with them. It is also an opportunity to catch up with the fans. As the group stated in the renewal project, it is the kind of overnight camping fans have been dreaming about. Pledgers will receive limited edition rewards exclusive the K-much project. The group surpassed their $4,000 funding goal after reaching $6,967.37 as of this writing.