Tuesday, January 8, 2013
[News] 2PM Set to Comeback with 3rd Full Length Korean Album
2PM Set to Comeback with 3rd Full Length Korean Album
Idol group 2PM is to make a comeback after two years away from Korean music industry.
Today JYP Entertainment stated 2PM is set to release their 3rd full-length album within this year. The members that have released their 2nd full length album Hands Up in July of 2011 have mostly been focusing on overseas activities such as their Asia tour and Japanese promotions.
The album that was originally planned to release in the second half of 2012 was postponed because of member Nichkhun’s scandal.
Since this album is released after a long hiatus 2PM members and agency are putting in their best effort. Agency shared that although full details have yet to been released, it’s presumed that the album is to release after 2PM’s Japan arena tour.
“All 2PM members including Nichkhun are to make a comeback in Korea this year. Even though it’s early in the year to exactly share exact details however we’ll be sharing more details about the album in the near future.”
2PM currently is in preparations for their Japan arena tour that will kick off on the 11th at Fukuoka Marine Messe. The tour includes 13 concerts, 6 venues and is expected to draw in more than 15,000 fans.
2PM is also scheduled to be releasing their 2nd full length Japanese album Legend of 2PM on February 13 and is hold their first Tokyo Dome concert in Tokyo on April 20 to 21.