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South Korean girl group formed by Cube Entertainment in 2015. Wikipedia

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  • List of songs by the Korean girl group CLC. They have released ten extended plays and two singles since its debut in 2015. Wikipedia

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    • On February 3, 2021, Cube Entertainment confirmed Elkie's departure from CLC, and her contract with the company has been terminated.Elkie Chong-Wikipedia
    • In 2019, Soyeon composed labelmate CLC's "No" which was selected through a blind test and served as the lead single.Jeon So-yeon-Wikipedia
    • She debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group CLC in February 2016.Elkie Chong-Wikipedia
    • The song was originally intended for K-pop girl group CLC, who had recorded the song for inclusion in their scheduled 2018 comeback.La Vie en Rose (Iz*One song)-Wikipedia
    • According to Cube Entertainment, Eunbin originally joined CLC in 2015, but was still a trainee due to the delay of the new album.Kwon Eun-bin-Wikipedia
    • Cube's second girl group CLC debuted in March 2015.Cube Entertainment-Wikipedia

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