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U-KISS to Celebrate 15th Anniversary with Various Comeback Projects

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U-KISS will mark 15 years in the industry with exciting activities from May to July!

Second-generation K-Pop boy group U-KISS will join their fellow second-generation groups in making a comeback this 2023 as they celebrate their 15th anniversary this year.

Tango Music, the current agency of U-KISS, confirmed that the boy group will return as a six-member group, led by Soohyun, Hoon, and Kiseop, to mark their 15th anniversary since their debut.

U-KISS officially debuted in South Korea on August 28 through a live performance of their debut single, “Not Youg” on Mnet. They then released their first extended play, New Generation, on September 3.

According to Tango Music, they fully support the comeback project to repay fans who have waited for a long time. However, it is yet to be confirmed who are the other three members set to join the comeback as only Soohyun, Hoon, and Kiseop appear in the poster.

In addition to a six-member comeback, Hoon and Soohyun will each release solo singles this month. U-KISS will follow suit with a mini album to be released in June. In July, the boy group will hold a 15th-anniversary concert in Japan, beginning in Zepp Haneda Tokyo on July 28 and moving to Zepp Namba Osaka on July 30.

U-KISS’ new song will serve as their release in South Korea after almost six years since “Ready For U”. Soohyun, Hoon, and Kiseop signed with Tango Music in January 2022, while Jun co-founded J-flex which will serve as his current agency for his acting projects.

At the moment, only Soohyun, Hoon, Kiseop, and Jun are listed as active members of U-KISS. Despite this, Jun’s participation is yet to be confirmed and anticipation is at hand for the additional three members who will join the comeback.


Source: MK Culture

Photos: Tango Music

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