According to insiders, a tribute concert titled 'RiSe & EunB Memorial Concert' will be held on August 22 at Tokyo, Japan. It's said that this concert has been decided on to honor the wish of the late RiSe, who said that she hoped to hold a solo Ladies' Code concert at a big stadium in Japan, the country she grew up in.
An agency rep confirmed, "We will be holding a memorial concert in Japan. Ladies' Code only promoted in Korea, but because RiSe has connections to Japan, she had always wanted to perform there. The Polaris artists will participate to help put on this memorial concert. This will be a time that will be shared with fans, so we're also preparing footage to honor the memories of RiSe and EunB. Of course, Ashley, Sojung, and Zuny will be attending as well."
In addition to this piece of news, there have also been murmurs about a possible comeback from Ladies' Code. It's said the agency felt that for the sake of the remaining members, the group needs to restart their activities, which will give them a new focus to work towards, and as a result, help them move forward from their traumatic experience.
The three are currently said to be living together in a dorm and taking vocal lessons.
Polaris Entertainment, however, revealed that nothing has been decided regarding a specific comeback date yet and that these are all plans for the future, not anytime soon.
"Ashley, Sojung, and Zuny are living out their lives diligently, taking vocal lessons. They also come out to the practice room frequently. They're spending their times together, relying on each other... Of course we do have plans of a comeback in the future, but this is not yet the time to work out any specific details... The members are spending their days well holding onto their dreams and working hard, so please wait for them a little more," an agency rep commented.
Another rep added, "Nothing been decided about a comeback within this year. It's currently at a state where it's just being discussed for plans in the future... Although the members seem fine and are able to carry on their everyday lives comfortably, because there may still be underlying emotional and mental issues, they are continuing to receive therapy. They're spending their days brightly at their dorm as of now."