JYP Entertainment is well-known for being the masterminds that put together successful K-pop girl groups like Twice , Wonder Girls, Miss A and Itzy. Now, almost three years since Itzy made its debut, JYP is about to launch what just might be “your next favourite girl group”, as the agency’s slogan for the band suggests. Since August 2021, the entertainment company has been uploading teaser videos revealing the new group’s seven members. Here’s everything to know about JYP’s new girl group, JYPN. Jinni, Jiwoo and Kyujin: the first three members revealed Jinni, Jiwoo and Kyujin were introduced to the world through a YouTube video uploaded on JYPN’s channel on August 6, 2021. The girls got to show off their incredible moves with a group dance cover to Cardi B’s Press . According to Koreaboo, Jiwoo and Kyujin both joined JYP in 2018, while Jinni joined in 2016. All three girls have previous performing experience: Jiwoo was a dancer for Dastreet Dance, Kyujin appeared in a JYP trainee showcase in 2018, while Jinni once appeared in 2pm Nichkhun’s Lucky Charm music video in 2019. 10 most powerful Korean celebrities of 2021, from BTS to Blackpink Sullyoon and Bae: will they be the lead vocals? Just like the first dance video uploaded on the JYPN channel was a cover, Bae and Sullyoon’s debut video was a singing cover of the song Graveyard , perhaps hinting their positions in the group. According to KProfiles.com, Bae was recruited while she was walking to school one day. Her real name being Bae Jinsol, the soon-to-be pop star first appeared in the public eye in the 2019 JYP trainee homecoming showcase. As for Sullyoon, who’s a lookalike of Twice’s Sana and Tzuyu, Kbizoom reports that she had a short training period at JYP of only about two years after getting in through a private audition in 2020. What’s even more impressive is that she actually also auditioned and passed in many other big K-pop agencies such as SM, YG, Fantagio and TS, and is also known to be a former Woollim Entertainment trainee. Haewon and Lily: familiar faces to K-pop fans The final two members revealed were Haewon and Lily, who may look familiar to avid K-pop fans. According to KProfiles.com, after going through a four-year training period, Haewon appeared in two JYP trainee showcases in 2018 and 2019. In 2019, she came together with NiziU’s Rima and sang Billie Eilish’s song Bury a Friend . Lily. meanwhile, was discovered on the fourth season of audition programme K-pop Star in 2014. Born in Australia, she was loved by YG Entertainment’s executive Yang Hyun-suk, who was one of the judges on the show at that time. During the show, Yang once said: “Lily lives in Melbourne right? I would fly even to Africa to bring her [to YG].” Not only was she highly sought after by YG – the agency behind supergroup Blackpink – for her vocal talent, Lily also recorded two songs for the soundtrack of drama Orange Marmalade in 2015. K-pop idols’ most epic wedding dresses, from Lee Hyori to Hyerim What will the group’s final name be? INFO | 091321 JYP Entertainment has registered the trademark ‘NMIXX’ this monday under KIPRIS. — This might be the name of JYP’s new girl group as “JYPn” has an infinite possibilities such as next, now, new, and unknown ‘n’. #NMIXX #JYPn @JYPn_official pic.twitter.com/CJcnzikMUL — JYP TRAINEES (@JYPE_TRAINEES) September 15, 2021 While the group’s pre-debut name is JYPN – with N representing the word next, now or new – according to press releases, its official name has not been revealed yet. However, that hasn’t stopped the online K-pop community from making guesses. On September 13, 2021, JYP Entertainment applied to KIPRIS (Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service) for a trademark on the name Nmixx. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because JYP once planned to form a girl group named 6mix, but it never happened in the end. Looking at previous examples, Itzy’s official name was also revealed four months before its debut through a trademark JYP had registered in advance. Will fans guess correctly again this time? JYPN’s “blind package” pre-orders were sold with no information provided In July 2021, even before the seven members were introduced, JYP attempted an unprecedented limited edition pre-order of JYPN’s debut single. Open for 10 days, this so called “blind package” provided no information on the group or even song teasers. The package included a CD, photo book, photo card, poster and premium membership card, which the card holders will be able to use to enter a special event after the group’s debut. It seems that K-pop fans were either curious and intrigued by this move, or simply had a lot of faith in JYP’s ability to create powerful girl groups, because according to Osen, almost 62,000 packages were sold over the 10 days that pre-orders were open. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .