Bob Girls Claim to Be 'Sexier' Version of Crayon Pop

Crayon Pop's agency Chrome Entertainment unveiled the company's second girl band Bob Girls on Tuesday.

The four-member band performed their first single "No Way" during a debut show in Seoul. At a press event after the performance, the girls said, "We are so happy to finally have a chance to perform onstage. It feels like a dream come true."

When asked to explain how they came up with their name, they said, "It refers to a certain kind of hairstyle, but we wanted to symbolize the pursuit of change, since many women change their hairstyle when they enter a new phase of their life or experience some emotional upheaval. We will show various sides of ourselves as artists, to give fans more to look forward to."

They also talked about the difference between themselves and Crayon Pop, who became popular with their unique dance moves and casual or sporty costumes while subverting stereotypes of what it means to be sexy.

"They are cute and bubbly, but we might be a bit sexier," they said.

englishnews@chosun.com / Jun. 12, 2014 10:16 KST