Jackie Chan’s K-Pop Group, JJCC (Double JC), Releases Candid Video and Teasers for Debut
JJCC (pronounced Double JC), world action star Jackie Chan‘s very own K-Pop group, will soon be making their debut!
The five members are SimBa, E.co, EDDY, San-Cheong, and Prince Mak. The first four members are Korean, while Prince Mak is a Chinese Australian citizen. The leader is SimBa, and both he and E.co used to be models. They will be in charge of rap. EDDY has already made his TV debut through the cooking survival audition program “Master Chef Korea.” In addition to his cooking skills, he also boasts completion of Jackie Chan’s stunt education. San-Cheong is the youngest and is from Daegu, and Prince Mak placed first on a Chinese music survival audition program. All members are in their 20s and are over 180cm tall. The group is managed by The Jackie Chan Group Korea
The group has released teasers and a candid video through its official Youtube channel. The candid video shows the group on Jackie Chan’s private airplane, introducing themselves to viewers. The members look natural and comfortable, wearing everyday clothes and no makeup.
Previously, JJCC also released a teaser video which gives a brief taste of what we can except in terms of style from the group. Their debut song will be “At First It’s Like That” (working title). We hear lead vocal Eddy’s voice prominently in the video. E.co’s tears turn into blue fire, and San-Cheong is able to break the wall with his touch. SimBa is the one spraying graffiti on the wall. Unfortunately, Prince Mak was not there for this day of the music video shooting due to an accident, but no worries, he will be joining the group for their debut stage, according to the agency.
JJCC’s debut song is produced by Choi Joon Young and composed by Japanese producer Yuta. They will debut through SBS “Inkigayo” this coming Sunday.