VARSITY is all about diversity.
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2 Mar 2017 - 1:58 PM  UPDATED 2 Mar 2017 - 1:58 PM

They're a new group, who debuted in January this year, and VARSITY are already making headlines for all the right reasons.

The group is being promoted as a 'global idol group' because they're made up of 12 members, seven who are Korean and five who are Chinese.

In an interview, that has been uploaded to YouTube, outside of where "Music Bank" is filmed the boys spoke about eating breakfast. They explained that one of their members - the maknae, Manny -  couldn't eat pork because he was Muslim, and he would be having eggs instead.

The group released their first title track "U R My Only One" on January 5 this year, which was from their first single album "Round One."

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