In the coming weeks, ‘Big Three’ agency, SM Entertainment, will be mobilizing a few of their biggest artists. Comeback plans are in the works for TVXQ!, Girls’ Generation and EXO, ensuring that any live music shows for any new artists planning to debut in the next couple of months will be a rough experience.
TVXQ’s Yunho and Changmin have been touring Japan in the earlier half of 2012, and are almost ready to greet their fans in South Korea with a new image. In an interview back in April, Changmin hinted that a full album, not just a new single, was part of the plan for their comeback. (Yes, please.) Expect the dual kings of K-pop back later this month, almost a year and a half after the repackaged album, Keep Your Head Down.
Even if you’re just a casual K-pop fan, you probably know someone suffering from Girls’ Generation withdrawal. Be kind and let them know that the wait is almost over. The girls are preparing a comeback as early as next month. Can you believe it’s been about a year since their last domestic release with their third studio album, The Boys?
Because SM CEO Lee Soo Man first started hyping his newest group way back in April 2011, it feels like they’ve been around forever. However, in reality, the EXO haven’t really released much since the official debut of their single “MAMA” last spring. (Try comparing that to B.A.P’s consistent comeback cycle since their January debut). FYI, SM is planning to release the EXO’s first full-length album right after Girls’ Generation’s comeback in October.
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