Brave Girls (Hangul: 브레이브걸스) is a six member girl group from South Korea, under the management of Brave Entertainment. The group currently consists of Minyeong (민영), Yujeong (유정), Eunji (은지), Yuna (유나), Hyeran (혜란), Hayun (하윤).
Being Brave Brothers’ girl group project, the girls made their debut as a 5 member unit consisting of Eun Young (은영, leader), Yejin (예진), Hyeran (혜란), Seo Ah (서아), and Yoojin (유진) on April 8, 2011 through KBS’s Music Bank, after almost a month of promotional teasers. Their single album “The Difference” was also released on the same day. After a two year hiatus, they returned in 2016 with 5 new members, with only Hyeran and Yoojin remaining from the original line-up.
On January 13, 2017, it was announced that Yoojin had decided to leave the group to study abroad and focus on her education, and that Hyeran has gone on a hiatus due to health issues. The group will continue to promote with five members and are planning a comeback for February or March.
On February 8, Brave Entertainment announced that Brave Girls will be making comeback on March. On February 26, it was announced that the group will be releasing their fourth mini-album titled Rollin' on March 7, the first release as a five-member group.
Previous members consists of:
Park Eun-young (Hangul: 박은영)
Park Seo-a (Hangul: 박서아)
Han Ye-jin (Hangul: 한예진)
Jung Yoo-jin (Hangul: 정유진)