BoA to Make a Comeback for the Fourth Week of July.
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 06:40 AM EDT
BoA is seemingly preparing for a comeback for the fourth week of July.
On the 12th, One representative stated, "BoA has finalized the end of this month as her comeback date and is in the last stages of her project." While another added, "It seems BoA's comeback will be in two weeks during the fourth week of July."
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The timing of her comeback is also drawing a lot of buzz as the 2012 London Olympics will also be taking place around then. Therefore, many artists avoid the Olympic season due to the public's increasing interest in sports rather than music.
BoA has not backed down and will be sticking to her plans of releasing her new album.
This will be her first album in Korea in two years and with her activities as a judge on SBS "K-Pop Star," many are anticipating her return to see what she'll come up with next. Her last album was Hurrican Venus, which she recieved a lot of praise for, thus fans are anticipating her upcoming album release.
BoA was also seen filming with actor Yoo Ah In in a cafe earlier, and many are speculating that it may have been for an upcoming music video.
In related news, Ga In and Son Dam Bi are also said to be preparing for their comebacks around the beginning of August, so it seems the music industry will see the return of many female solo artists!
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