IBTimes UK

Former member of Korean girl group Girls' Generation, Jessica Jung, is working hard towards recruiting fans for her first solo fan club.

The 27-year-old, who is all set to release her first album after she was '"forced out'" of the group, will be adding fans by taking a nominal fee.

The singer's agency Coridel Entertainment stated that people can become official members of Jessica Jung Fan club by purchasing the membership at the Interpark website, KPOP reported. The sale of membership goes live on 28 April, and costs $13 or 15,000 won, approximately.

As far as the benefits of the membership are concerned, it is said that official members will stand a chance to get exclusive deals on ticket prices of the singer's concerts, and will get a chance to purchase entry cards for fan meets well in advance.

Currently, the American-born singer is preparing for her first solo album to be released next month. It is also been reported that Jung may appear in one of the episode of 'Radio Star' in May to promote her upcoming release.

As per reports, Jessica will be filming the talk show with Hwang Chi Yeol, Park Jae Jung, and Kim Min Seok, an MBC insider told Allkpop.