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Born and raised in San Francisco (California, USA), at the age of eleven, Jung was discovered by South Korean entertainment agency S. Entertainment and subsequently moved to South Korea.In 2007, Jung debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group Girls' Generation.I’m devastated – my priority and love is to serve as a member of GG, but for no justifiable reason, I am being forced out..”In addition, when Jessica’s leave was first revealed, many were confused since SM had revealed earlier that year that the group had resigned for another 3 years. known professionally as Jessica, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman currently based in South Korea.


Supposedly, Jessica had plan to go on hiatus rather than leaving the group all together following the Girl’s Generation Tokyo Dorm tour.

As a whole, the group had mentally prepared for her leave, recorded “Catch Me If You Can” as their Tokyo Dome tour single, and decided on “Divine” to be Jessica’s farewell song to Sones before going on hiatus.

In addition, it was revealed that a Jessica & Krystal subunit had finished recording their album and a complete music video but was cancelled, along with plans for a second season of Jessica & Krystal the tv program.

Upon this news, user @Real Samchon, took to Twitter to reveal details about Jessica, stating that she was initially supposed to go on hiatus after Girls Generation finished their dome tour as 9 on the 24th.

Real Samchon is known to have a great deal of insider information about Girl’s Generation, and is a prominent figure in the international SONE community.Koreaboo has compiled tweets and rumors to summarize the rumors and speculations by both Real Samchon, Onion Taker and others.


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