In this picture: Members of South Korean girl group 4Minute pose during the Korean 27th Golden Disk Awards in Sepang, outside Kuala Lumpur Reuters

The members of South Korean girl band 4Minute  are feeling quite low-spirited following their disbandment on 16 June. The girl group, which debuted in 2009, reportedly parted ways due to a conflict in member's futuristic opinions.

Evidently, the five-member band is quite disheartened, and could not resist posting apologetic messages on their social media. Recently, the leader and vocalist of the group, Jiyoon took to her Instagram account, asking support from her fans.

The 26-year-old wrote: "It's already been 7 years that I was a part of 4minute. I was happy thanks to all of you. I'm sorry we weren't able to end it on a beautiful note. I'll repay you... because I cannot forget. Please stay by our side for a long time like the blue sky. I love you. Thank you very much."

Previously, the youngest member of the group, Kwon Sohyun, wrote a heartfelt message to her fans thanking them for their unconditional support and love they have showered on them.

Meanwhile, amid all the emotional vibes following band's break up, it has been reported that the other four girls are not in good terms with HyunA, the only one who decided not to disturb her contract with the agency.

As per Allkpop report, the other members - Gayoon, Jiyoon, Sohyun and Jihyun, have unfollowed the Instagram account of the singer. Although, they are still following each other on their social media account.

The report suggests that the news of cold war between the members is keeping their fans "wondering if that they were not as close as they had thought or if there was some other drama behind the scenes."