K-pop quartet SKarf made its official debut in Seoul on Tuesday.
But the path leading to their launch was anything but smooth for the two Singapore girls in the group.
In an interview late at night, after their performance, Ferlyn revealed to TNP that the girls live a strict life.
Everything was controlled – from what they could and could not eat to what they could and could not do, both in public and in private.
The girls also suffered culture shock, like having to walk around completely nude in a public bathhouse.
Ferlyn Wong, 20, said: "In the past, in Singapore, I went where I wanted and ate what I wanted."
"At the beginning (of my training in Korea), I thought to myself, why is (the company) controlling my life? I didn’t sell my life to them. "