FNC to debut new boy band Ampers&One on Nov. 15

Rookie boy band Ampers&One is set to debut under FNC Entertainment on Nov. 15, the talent agency confirmed Wednesday with a coming-soon clip released on social media.

According to the social media post, the new band will debut at 6 p.m. on Nov. 15.

Ampers&One is a multinational seven-piece consisting of two Americans, Kamden and Kyrell, a Canadian, Brian, an Australian, Mackiah, and three South Koreans, Ji-ho, Si-yun and Seung-mo.

Kamden and Ji-ho were the first two members confirmed from the septet last month. Both competed in Mnet's recent idol audition program "Boys Planet," with Kamden coming in at 17th.

According to FNC, the name combines the ampersand sign and the word "one" to refer to the group's vision that "when you, me and we all come together, our dreams are realized and we become one."

Since last week, the company has been rolling out introductory clips of the seven boys, giving glimpses into their personalities, favorites and hobbies. More promotional content will be unveiled in the days leading up to the debut, the firm added.

Ampers&One is the first K-pop idol group debuting under FNC Entertainment in three years since the debut of P1Harmony. FNC is a midsize actor and singer agency in Korea, whose roster of musicians include popular bands CN Blue, FT Island, N. Flying and Cherry Bullet.