Much-loved ballad trio SeeYa greeted their fans with a final farewell and formally disbanded after their performance on the January 30th episode of SBS’s “Inkigayo.”
The group first debuted in 2006 and have been loved for their outstanding and impressive vocal talent for the five years they were active. Their hit songs, such as “Woman’s Scent,” “Love’s Greeting,” and “Shall We Get Married“, managed to gather a fanbase larger than what most idols are capable of.
The group has certainly experienced a fair share of highs and lows, and the members will be going their separate paths on an amicable note, especially after Nam Gyuri rejoined the group for this final album promotion, having left earlier under acrimonious circumstances.
SeeYa’s original trio stated, “We pledged to not look sad in front of our fans, to not cry, to not look weak, and to confidently do our best until the very end before we went up on stage. It’s so sad thinking that this is SeeYa’s final goodbye stage, but we only want to show fans our smiling side. I honestly thought I’d cry, but I tried to remember the happy moments I had with SeeYa in order to avoid crying.”
Core Contents Media commented, “This March, their contracts will expire. There’s a slim chance that the girls will be returning after they finish their activities for their goodbye album, depending on how they feel. The issue won’t be dragged on for long, and a decision on what will happen will be made soon.”
SBS’s representative also raised the anticipation for their final stage by commenting, “We’ve prepared a stage that is worthy enough for all three members to cherish.”
source: allkpop [endtext]