BLACKPINK's debut song "Boombayah" has been banned on KBS.Facebook/YG-Family

After YG Entertainment introduced its new girl group Black Pink to the world, fans wondered if the entertainment company would work on the band's sister acts. Representatives from the company certainly led many fans to believe that newer girl groups would be introduced, but that doesn't seem to be the case anymore.

In a recent interview, a representative from YG Entertainment said that trainees who were not chosen to be part of Black Pink will not be part of another girl group.

"As it is with all large agencies, YG has 50 some trainees that have been with us for years. It hasn't been decided whether the trainees that were not included in Black Pink will be debuting together or with other trainees," Soompi quoted the representative as saying.

If there's one thing that's clear, it is that the trainees might not debut in a new girl group and even if they did, fans would have to wait a long time before they see another all girl band. After all, it did take YG Entertainment seven years to work on a second girl band after 2NE1's debut.

The four member band was introduced to fans on Wednesday, June 29 via various social media channels. The group, which has a school girl feel to it consists of Kim Jisoo, Jennie Kim, Lisa Manoban and Rose.

The four members are rumoured to debut end of July 2016. According to several reports, Black Pink's music has been produced by Teddy and the members are currently gearing up to introduce three music videos as part of their debut.