The K-Pop culture in the country has an exciting latest addition with the intoduction of the Korean pop group Pointen, composed of four young, pretty, vibrant and highly talented Filipino and Korean girls.
Yuju, Vicc, Garyn and Sharien are girls who are skilled in the art of singing, dancing and emoting all of their musical numbers. They are set to hold a grand launch of their debut album under Sony Music in a free show on October 1, 6 p.m. at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall.
Pointen is a brainchild of Chanelle Kim, general manager for Macrolite Corporation (MLC), a general trading company recognized by the Korean government for its trade achievements, which has expanded its boundaries to include the music industry. Chanelle says, "you just have to see the girls to believe how talented, beautiful and wonderful they truly are on stage."
Chanelle says she is "quite confident" about the impact that this all-girl singing group with have in the K-pop scene.
Although individually, each girl has her own forte and specialization, Pointen as a group becomes something unique when the members start performing together. The girls have rigorous rehearsals to perfect their craft.
Presently, the group is doing the rounds of campus and universities all over Metro Manila; mall tours all over the country, and doing TV and radio guestings, for them to reach to everybody and share their music.
On October 1 at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall, Pointen will have a grand launch of its debut album under Sony Music Entertainment. The album consists of seven original tracks. MYX will also be unveiling exclusively Pointen's music video on the same day.