The countdown has begun for the K-Pop project that actor Jackie Chan had been preparing for in the utmost secrecy. �Targeting the global music market, Jackie Chan created a five-member rookie idol group called JJCC ("double JC," probably in relation to Jackie Chan's name), which is now counting down to its debut stage. �
Jackie Chan participated in all the stages of preparing for this group, such as discovering the members, training them, producing the album, and more. �The members themselves are all in their early 20s with an average height of 180 cm (~ 5 feet 11 inches); four of them are Korean while one member is Chinese. �
Although the boys haven't debuted yet, they've already garnered a good amount of experience, enough to show some professionalism and talent once they finally go on stage. �
Their agency The Jackie Chan Group Korea said, "As JJCC was born through thorough planning under Jackie Chan's belief that only a merged Asia could conquer the world, you will be able to experience different content from that of existing idols. We have completed all the work for their official debut. �As we have sweated and shown passion for many years, we will do our best until the very end in order to have a first stage that will leave an impression on fans' minds."
JJCC will debut sometime in March, so stay tuned for updates!