SKarf: Profile, Discography, Stage Performances


Everything You Should Know About Alpha Entertainment Korea’s Girl Group in 2012, SKarf!

Maybe some of you are not familiar with SKarf. Or, maybe those who know this group already know that a former member from SKarf has re-debuted in another girl group. Instead of asking a lot of questions, this article will invite you to know more about the South Korean girl group that debuted in 2012, which is SKarf.

The girl group that debuted with the single “Oh! Dance” is also the first Korean girl group with Singaporean members. However, they did not get enough attention when promoting in Korea and that required them to be disbanded after a member decided to leave to pursue her solo career. Without waiting any longer, let’s find out more about SKarf starting from the members’ full profiles, fun facts, discography, until the latest news in the article below!

SKarf’s Group Profile


SKarf (Hangul: 스카프) was a South Korean girl group that debuted on August 16, 2012, under Alpha Entertainment Korea. They actually had 4 original members with Sol, Ferlyn, Tasha, and Jenny. In December 2012, SKarf added Joo A and Hana after Sol decided to leave the group and Ferlyn also announced her departure in late 2014 to go solo.

In the session below, let’s take a closer look at SKarf’s member profiles!

SKarf’s Tasha

SKarf's Tasha

Real Name: Natasha Low (刘佁伶)

Stage Name: Tasha (Hangul: 타샤)

Birthday: October 11, 1993

Star Sign: Libra

Height: 168 cm (5’6″)

Blood Type: A

Position in the Group: Leader, Vocalist, Visual, Rapper, Lead Dancer

Nationality: Singaporean

Official Sites:

SKarf’s Hana

SKarf's Hana

Real Name: Ogawa Mizuki (小川美月)

Stage Name: Hana (Hangul: 하나)

Birth: August 12, 1995

Star Sign: Leo

Height: 170 cm (5’7″)

Blood Type: B

Position in the Group: Vocalist

Nationality: Japanese

SKarf’s Jenny

SKarf's Jenny

Real Name: Lee Jooyoung (Hangul: 이주영)

Stage Name: Jenny (Hangul: 제니)

Birth: February 16, 1996

Star Sign: Aquarius

Height: 170 cm (5’7″)

Blood Type: AB

Position in the Group: Lead Vocalist, Visual, Maknae

Nationality: Korean

Former Members

SKarf’s Joo A

SKarf's JooA

Real Name: Park Joo A (Hangul: 박주아)

Stage Name: Joo A (Hangul: 주아)

Birth: January 28, 1990

Star Sign: Aquarius

Height: 161 cm (5’3″)

Blood Type: B

Position in the Group: Main Vocalist

Nationality: Korean

SKarf’s Sol

SKarf's Sol

Real Name: Jung Sol (Hangul: 정솔)

Stage Name: Sol (Hangul: 솔)

Birth: May 12, 1991

Star Sign: Taurus

Height: 167 cm (5’6″)

Blood Type: AB

Position in the Group: Main Vocalist

Nationality: Korean

Official Site: Instagram ( @sweetie_solsol )

SKarf’s Ferlyn

Skarf's Ferlyn

Real Name: Ferlyn Wong

Stage Name: Ferlyn (Hangul: 페린)

Birth: February 1, 1992

Star Sign: Aquarius

Height: 164 cm (5’5″)

Weight: 99 lbs

Blood Type: O

Position in the Group: Vocalist, Main Rapper, Main Dancer

Nationality: Singaporean

Official Site: Instagram ( @ferlyngofficial )

SKarf’s Group Facts

  1. The “K” in SKarf stands for Korea because they planned mainly promote in Korea
  2. SKarf starred in the reality show Oh! My Skarf that was aired on MBC Music
  3. SKarf’s Tasha, Ferlyn, and Elaine Yuki were recruited into Alpha Entertainment after they auditioned around December 9-11, 2010
  4. SKarf’s Joo A and Hana were the additional members who started promoting in February 2013
  5. SKarf’s first comeback and latest single before disbanding was “Luv Virus”

SKarf’s Discography


While promoting as a girl group, SKarf released 1 single album and 1 extended play. Let’s see more about SKarf’s discography in the session below!

Title Album Details Peak Chart Positions Sales
Released Label Track Listing
Skarf August 13, 2012 Alpha Entertainment 29
Luv Virus May 31, 2013 Alpha Entertainment 19 816+

SKarf’s Latest News


SKarf released their first comeback single with “Luv Virus” on May 19, 2013. This is a good sign that a girl group is getting enough promotion to release a new song after its debut.

“Luv Virus” is one of the songs that has a cheerful beat and fits perfectly with the concept given by SKarf at that time. “Luv Virus,” which SKarf announced was a comeback after about a year, is a song written by hitmakers Igi and Seo Yong-bae who composed Ailee’s “Heaven” and Orange Caramel‘s “Lipstick.”

“Luv Virus,” which contains the happy stress and natural worries of girls in love, in a lovely melody line solves the parts that might sound too light with strong drum beats, cute guitar play, and sensual synthesizer sounds. It was foretold that it would cause a hot sensation in the music industry.


In addition to the title song “Luv Virus,” this mini-album contains a total of 5 songs. The R&B pop “Bye Bye Bye,” the recently popular rock-based dance-pop “Anymore,” the pop “Sunny Day” featuring an acoustic guitar arrangement, and lastly, the ballad song “My Turn” featuring Korea’s best guitarist Hong Jun-ho’s acoustic guitar is the tracklist that raised expectations from the public.

In particular, SKarf, which returned to a more mature appearance after throwing off its youthful sensibility after debuting in 2012, not only exuded the scent of a woman hiding but also stood tall as a leader in the lineage of the next generation of girl groups with stronger vocals.


But, unfortunately, “Luv Virus” became their latest single to release in 2013 after the agency announced that SKarf was having another schedule in Singapore to hold a one-day restaurant food event with the earnings from the event being donated to charity. A few months later, SKarf was scheduled to hold a showcase from August 10-11, 2013, titled “Dreams Come True” that was located on Kallang Theatre.

But, since then, there have been no following promotions from SKarf, and the agency didn’t prepare anything for the group, let alone release new songs since “Luv Virus” was released in the middle of 2013. A year later, SKarf’s Ferlyn announced that she decided to leave the group to pursue her solo career on September 16, 2014. SKarf didn’t get any promotions since then, and later, in 2015, the brand name was sold to South Korean entertainment company CJ E&M.


Several former members of SKarf are currently pursuing their own careers and making their own paths to stay active. SKarf’s Tasha debuted as a Singaporean actress and also appeared as a contestant on Mnet’s Idol School in 2017. SKarf’s Hana re-debuted as a member of Secret Number under VINE Entertainment. SKarf’s Jenny doesn’t have any social media, and it can be assumed that she lives her life as a non-celebrity.

Meanwhile, regarding the former members, Joo A also does not have social media and may be the same as Jenny who lives her life as a non-celebrity after SKarf disbanded. Sol reportedly debuted as a musical actress and Ferlyn used the name Ferlyn G to debut as a soloist in 2015.


Even though SKarf is no longer promoting at this time, its name will still be remembered in K-pop history as one of the first girl groups to have members from several countries such as Korea, Japan, and Singapore. Let’s continue to give a lot of support and love to each former member of SKarf who is currently living their respective careers and personal lives!

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