Cherry Bullet is composed of seven members born between 1996 and 2004. Their names are: Yuju, Bora, Haeyoon, Remi, Chaerin, May, Jiwon.
The oldest member of Cherry Bullet is Haeyoon (born Jan 10, 1996). She is also the leader of the group. The youngest member or maknae is May (born Nov 16, 2004).
Former members include Ella, Linlin, and Kokoro. They left the group in 2019.
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main dancer, vocalist, rapper
lead dancer, vocalist, maknae, visual
Fun Facts and Trivia
The oldest member of Cherry Bullet is Haeyoon (born Jan 10, 1996). She is also the leader of the group. She was 24 years old when she made her debut with Cherry Bullet in 2019.
The youngest member or maknae is May (born Nov 16, 2004). She was 16 years old when she made her debut with Cherry Bullet in 2019.
Mirae, Kokoro and Lin Lin left the group on December 13, 2019, less than a year after their debut.
Ella, formerly known as Mirae, joined the girl group PIXY.
Three of the members, Jiwon, Bora, and May, became participants in the 2021 Mnet survival show Girls Planet 999.
They are the second female group of FNC Entertainment, after AOA.
Each member of the group has a specialty due to the group’s video game concept:
Hae Yoon: Shield.
Yu Ju: High range missile.
Bo Ra: Enlarge.
Ji Won: Machine gun.
Re Mi: Rocket Strike.
Chae Rin: Power amplification.
May: X-Ray Vision.
Mi Rae: Happy Virus (January 2019 – December 2019)
Kokoro: Healing (January 2019 – December 2019)
Lin Lin: Hacking (January 2019 – December 2019)
The album single “Let’s Play Cherry Bullet” debuted at #5 on the Hanteo Album Sales Chart with a total of 2,112 units sold.
Cherry Bullet joins the female K-Pop groups that have made it onto Billboard’s World Digital Songs Sales Chart with their debut song “Q&A”, ranking #17.
The single album “Let’s Play Cherry Bullet” debuted at #34 on Gaon Montly Album Chart and at #11 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart for the month of January.
Cherry Bullet ranked #23 on the Gaon Best-Selling Debut Girl Group with 6,736 sales in just 10 days.
On February 8, the single “Q&A” surpassed one million streams on the Spotify platform, making it the group’s first single to do so.
Cherry Bullet ranked #12 in the Girl Group Reputation Ranking for the month of February 2019.
Cherry Bullet ranks #8 of the Female Rookie Groups debuted between 2018 and 2019 with the most followers on the Spotify platform with 16k followers. She also ranks #6 of the Female Rookie Groups debuted between 2018 and 2019 with the most listeners on the Spotify platform for the month of February with 172k listeners.
The group’s lightstick is characterized as a gun taken from a video game.
On January 4, 2021, FNC Entertainment announced that Cherry Bullet would open an official fan community on Weverse. This is the second FNC artist to join Weverse after boy group P1Harmony joined in October.
Cherry Bullet made a cameo with their debut song “Q&A” in the Netflix movie To All the Boys: Always and Forever, which serves as a transition to the next scene of the movie.
The group has a YouTube video format called “Cherry Box” in which they perform covers, both vocal and dance, of some of their favorite songs. They have performed numerous covers including “Queendom” by Red Velvet, “MIC Drop” by BTS, “Heart Shaker” by TWICE, among others.