Kpop Stars Comeback At The End Of 2018

Kpop Stars Comeback At The End Of 2018

2018 is nearing the end but Kpop is still very exciting with a series of new products from the leading entertainment companies.
Although 2018 is entering the end of the year, it seems that this is a golden time for a large group of idolgroup back. In the last two weeks of 2018, fans will enjoy a wide range of new music from celebrity groups and singers, not to mention the representatives. came from Kpop trio “boss” like SM and YG.
More specifically, with the YG artists, WINNER will release their single “Millions” on December 19th. It is known that the studio album of the group is expected to debut next year. As for iKON, the group will be releasing their debut album on December 31st.

Meanwhile, the SM boygroup DBSK will release their 15th anniversary special album on December 26th. Thus, these two guys will be in the situation of being “sandwiched” by two groups of men YG on the Kpop racing floor last year.

Besides, Kpop fans will be meeting 2 members of popular girl group 2nd generation Sooyoung (SNSD) and Jiyeon (T-ara). With the long legs of the national girlgroup, this is the first time to debut with Sooyoung’s solo singer after leaving SM and focusing on acting career. She will be releasing “Winter Breath” on December 20th. Similar to Jiyeon, the single “One Day” aired on Dec. 22 is also T-ara’s first musical “goddess” after nearly a year leaving MBK.
In addition, the idolgroup will also be taking advantage of the last days of 2018 to release new songs like Kim Minseok (MeloMance) debuting their single on December 18, SEVENTEEN with “Getting Closer” on December 21, Andy ( Shinhwa) with “A’NDY to Z” on December 24th.

2018 continues to be a very unsuccessful year for GFRIEND as two of the group’s music releases last year did not leave much of a mark as the six girls did in previous years. Although “Time For The Moon Night” is a step upstream on the music charts, but the summer song “Sunny Summer” is a complete failure when not bring GFRIEND any trophy. on the music stage last week. However, the fans do not need to worry anymore because the source management company has confirmed that GFRIEND will come back in January with the second full album of his career. This is the group’s first comeback since July, 1818, and also the first full album since “LOL” released in mid-2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 2018 Flames With The Return of “Beast” K-pop Stars

November 2018 Flames With The Return of “Beast” K-pop Stars

Before the end of year ceremonies, awards in Korea, various of K-pop groups and artists all return the race with qualified music products.

EXO

Fired a shot for the beginning of November 2018 is the return of EXO – the king of Gen 3 pop music. Releasing the hit “Don’t Mess Up My Tempo” on 2nd, November, EXO recorded their name on Billboard with more than 1,1 millions of pre-orders. That proved their fans’ expectations after a long time waiting for their comeback.

TWICE

After having the impressive cut in album “Summer Nights”, the top girl group TWICE will come back with their third album in this 2018. Once – their fanclub name – expect to have a breakthrough towards a series of grand prizes at the end of the year as TWICE’s previous comeback was fairly secure.

WANNA ONE

The boy band coming out of Mnet’s Produce 101 season 2 will be making their final comeback on November 19th before officially disband at the end of this year. “Spring Breeze”- the titled song is a deep ballad with soft melodies, covering the 58 seconds of teaser is a colorful scene suiting for each member of Wanna One. This final album has two version and is considered to be confronted with EXO at year-end awards.

EXID

LEGGO- EXID’s official fanclub is definitely excited for this return as this is the return of all 5 member of EXID after Solji being diagnosed with hyperthyroidism in 2016. This album is also marked their first time to play role as musicians.

NU’EST W

The new release in November 2018 was the last time NU’EST W appearing on K-pop map. After Hwang Min-hyun took over for Wanna One, the other four members of NU’EST formed a unit group called NU’EST W. With Wanna One preparing to break up, the group will return to 5-member squad. Their fans responded enthusiastically when NU’EST W announced the final product and then officially disbanded.