Early Days The girls consisted of Sakura Miyawaki, Jang Won-young, Jo Yu-Ri, Choi Ye-Na, An Yu- Jin, Nako Yabuki, Kwon-Bi, Kang Hye, and Hitomi Honda, Km Chae- Won, Kim Min-JU, and Lee Chae- Yeon. All members were previously involved in performing arts. Musical Journey/Career Color*iz was the girl's seven-track EP; with songs such as "Oh My! colors & "La Vie en Rose," it quickly gained massive success, and the girls backed it up by performing at "Seoul's Olympic Hall." The show revealed its popularity, and within minutes of releasing the tickets, the show sold out. The debut EP successfully reached position seven on the Billboard U.S world album charts and found its way to the top of Japan's Billboard & Oricon charts. As the group continued to gain massive recognition, they were awarded "New Artist of the Year at several Awards shows, including the Seoul Music Awards. The group signed with Universal Music Japan, EMI records. "Eyes on Me" was the group's debut tour, and the girls performed in eight cities and traveled to America to perform at "KOCN," a Korean music festival held at Madison square garden. In 2019, Iz*one released their debut single, "Suki to Iwasetai," gaining number 2 on the Oricon singles charts. It reached certified platinum. Doubling up, their second EP, "Heart*iz, also achieved certified platinum; and reached the sixth place on the "Billboard world music charts" After releasing singles, Buenos Aires and Vampire, the singles took their place on the Japanese Billboard Charts. 2020 saw the release of their first studio album, "Bloom*iz; the album broke the highest record for the first week of sales. After releasing two more EPs, the group disbanded in 2021.