South Korean idol group D-Crunch has announced its disbandment. The group was formed by All-S Company with nine members in it which are, rappers Hyunho, OV, Minhyuk, Chanyoung, Jungseung, and Dylan, and vocalists Hyunwook, Hyunoh, and Hyunwoo.
On August 6, 2018, the group released its first single, “Palace” from 0806. The group followed this up with the release of “Stealer” and its debut mini-album, M1112 (4 colours).
On November 9, the group’s agency D-Crunch Ai Grand Korea officially announced the news of the group’s disbandment.
D-CRUNCH issued an announcement that said:
“Hi, This is Ai Grand Korea.
After consulting with D-CRUNCH members, we have decided to disband the organization. We sincerely apologize for this unforeseen news that alarmed many of our fans.
We want to express our gratitude to the D-CRUNCH members who have supported Ai Grand Korea for a long period of time.
We want to express our gratitude to DIANA, the band’s fan club, and to all the people who have supported D-CRUNCH during this time. Additionally, we ask that you extend your steadfast love and support to members as they embark on new careers in other sectors.
In November, the official CRUNCH social media accounts and fan cafe will be closed. Fans are encouraged to consider this.
The agency not only disbanded the group D-Crunch but will also close its social media account and fan cafe this month. Now no fan will be capable to stay in touch with the group. Although they can follow the individual members of the group as they embark on a new journey in their lives.
The group D-Crunch won the Focus Award at the Asian Artist Awards at the end of 2018. In 2020, Hyunwoo’s back injury forced him to stop promoting with D-Crunch, and as a result, he ultimately left the group.
The mini-albums Across the Universe and Daydream were later published by D-Crunch with a total of eight members.
For them, the famous South Korean boy group BTS was the model. D-Crunch was one of 18 singers from different genres who took part in the music video “Crown for Korea.” In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was published on March 25, 2020, and was compared to the charity single “We Are the World.”