Moving forward after tragedy, the three surviving members of a Korean girl group head back to their normal routines.
A representative of Polaris Entertainment updated fans on the situation of Ashley, Zuny, and Sojung, the three remaining members of Ladies’ Code after a car accident took the lives of two members in 2014.
The three members returned to their dorm and have begun to practice.
Although Ladies’ Code member’s returned to their dorm in November, Polaris Entertainment has no immediate plans for Ladies’ Code’s comeback.
“Nothing is confirmed regarding a comeback yet,” a Ladies’ Code rep told Star News .
“We are not at the point where we have begun collecting songs or planning a concept yet.
Discussions, albeit little, are ongoing It’s hard to say whether there will be a comeback within the year.” Due to the fact that all three members, Zuni, Ashley, and Sojung, are not originally from Seoul, the three reportedly spend a lot of time together and with other Polaris Entertainment staff members.
“The members are living a normal life traveling to and from their dorm to their practice room,” said the rep.
“We’re not preparing a comeback but they are still receiving vocal and choreography lessons.” The three women are also being offered psychological counseling.
In September 2014, a series of unfortunate circumstances led to Ladies’ Code’s van going off road and the deaths of two members, RiSe and EunB.
In November, the manager driving the car was arrested and, as of April, the manager was sentenced to over a year in prison.
The tragic car accident made headlines around the world, and Ladies’ Code’s potential comeback has been highly anticipated by fans but also a cause for concern.
“Let them have some time to themselves for a while and I believe that if they choose to have a comeback it should be when they feel that they are ready rather than when people tell them they are ready,” wrote KpopStarz reader aleixs .
“Please stay strong and continue to heal, I know RiSe and EunB love you all so much and are giving you strength to get through this!” — Tamar Herman is a multi-media journalist and the co-founder of KultScene .
She is a freelance writer and copy editor, and an MTV Iggy contributor.
She currently works in the newsroom of one of New York City’s largest news stations.