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BEAST Confirms "Comeback on July 22, Nervous and Worried"

By Staff Writer | July 11, 2012 02:06 PM EDT

BEAST Confirms "Comeback on July 22, Nervous and Worried"
Group BEAST will be making their comeback on July 22 with their new mini album. (Photo : .)

Group BEAST will be making their comeback on July 22 with their new mini album.

On July 11, BEAST, in celebration of 1000th day of their debut held a online live chat event "Hang Out Live On Air" through the Google 'K-pop Hub' and revealed the news of their comeback.

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BEAST said, "We're nervous and excited since we're making our comeback in 1 year and 2 months. We wanted to let our fans in Korea know first, because they've waited for us for a long time."

Member Yoon Doojoon stated, "I'm a bit worried, because it's been so long. I think the thought of 'Will many people still love us as before' will linger until the night before comeback. Please support us, as we stand before our fans with all those thoughts put aside."

BEAST, though busy with preparation for comeback, talked about many different things with their fans through the online conversation. They also revealed that they had just finished filming for their music video in New York.

Photo Credit: Cube Entertainment

Tagged :  BEAST, Hang Out Live

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