Vocal duo Norazo's label UK Records announced on February 9 (KST) that singer and member Lee Hyuk will be bidding his group of 12 years goodbye.
UK Records stated, "Lee Hyuk has decided to wrap up official promotions as Norazo. Jo Bin and Lee Hyuk recently discussed parting ways after 12 years."
The label also said that remaining member Jo Bin will be cheering Lee Hyuk on in his future musical endeavors, while Lee Hyuk also thanked Jo Bin for their time as a group. It's been revealed that Lee Hyuk, who is known for his powerful rocker voice, will be kicking off a new career in a 3-member rock band called H.Y.U.K. Jo Bin, on the other hand, will be recruiting a new member to replace Lee Hyuk's vacant spot in Norazo, in order to continue the group's name.
Norazo debuted in 2005 with 'The First Appearance', and received love for their comical concepts, with hit songs like "Rock Star", "Wild Horse", "Ni Pal Ja Ya", and more. Good luck to Lee Hyuk on his new beginning, and good luck to Norazo on finding a new member!