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Miss A comprised (from left) Jia, Fei, Suzy and Min.

KUALA LUMPUR: Since last year, five top K-Pop girl groups, including 2NE1 and Wonder Girls, have called it quits.

According to a news report by Yonhap today, talent agency JYP Entertainment made an announcement that its four-member female act Miss A had decided to follow suit.

Having debuted in 2010, Miss A comprised two South Korean members, Min and Suzy, and two Chinese nationalities, Fei and Jia.

The group had a string of popular singles under its belt, such as Bad Girl Good Girl, Goodbye Baby and Touch, but after the release of its last EP Colors in 2015, Miss A had become inactive.

JYP Entertainment also announced that only Fei and Suzy have renewed their contracts while Jia and Min decided to leave the agency after their contracts expired in May last year and last April respectively.

Suzy is already an established actress, while Fei is currently pursuing a solo singing career.

Miss A’s disbandment is the latest in a series of K-pop girl-group breakups, beginning with 4Minute, 2NE1 and Kara last year to Sistar and Wonder Girls earlier this year.

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