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Rocket Punch (로켓펀치) is a six-member girl group under Woollim Entertainment. They debuted on August 7, 2019 with the mini album Pink Punch.

Career

2019: Debut with Pink Punch

On July 22, 2019 at 12AM KST, Woollim released a logo motion video showing the group's official logo. As well, Rocket Punch opened their official SNS accounts.[2] The following day, a concept film was released showing the six members for the first time.[3] On August 1, individual teasers photos were released for their debut mini album titled Pink Punch.[4] They officially debuted on August 7, 2019 with their first mini album Pink Punch and its title track "Bim Bam Bum".

2020: Red Punch, Blue Punch, lightstick

On January 26, 2020, their official Twitter account announced that Rocket Punch would be making their first comeback on February 10 with their second mini album Red Punch.[5] On this day, the group made their first comeback with Red Punch and the album's title track "Bouncy". Only a couple of days later, it was announced that Yunkyoung would be sitting out of music show performances due to a knee injury.[6]

On July 23, a teaser posted via their official Twitter account announced the group would be making a comeback on August 4 with their third mini album Blue Punch.[7] On this day, the album was released alongside its title track "Juicy".

On July 31, Woollim unveiled the group's first official lightstick.[8]

2021: "Ring Ring", Japanese debut with Bubble Up!

On May 3, 2021, a teaser was posted onto the group's social medias revealing that they would be making a comeback with their first single album, titled "Ring Ring", which is set to be released on May 17.[9]

On June 14, the group's Japanese Twitter announced their Japanese debut with the mini album Bubble Up!, which was released on August 4.[10]

2022: Yellow Punch, "Fiore"

On February 15, a teaser posted announced the group would be making a comeback on February 28 with their fourth mini album Yellow Punch.[11]

On April 28, the group's Japanese Twitter announced their Japanese single "Fiore", which is set to be released on June 29.[12]

Members

They don't have official positions, except the leader.

Name Position(s) Year(s) active
Juri (쥬리) N/A 2019–present
Yeonhee (연희) Leader 2019–present
Suyun (수윤) N/A 2019–present
Yunkyoung (윤경) N/A 2019–present
Sohee (소희) N/A 2019–present
Dahyun (다현) Maknae 2019–present

Discography

Korean

Mini albums

Single albums

Digital singles

Collaborations

Japanese

Mini albums

Singles


Trivia

Gallery

Promotional

Miscellaneous

References

Official links

Korean
Japanese
Chinese


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