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BEAST's Yoseob Shows Confidence in Their New Album

By Staff Writer | July 21, 2012 09:35 AM EDT

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BEAST is coming back in a year and two months with their 5th mini album, Midnight Sun. They have transformed and challenged themselves with an electronic-synth pop genre for the first time.

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Yoseob who has a solo dance segment for the performance of "It's Not Me," has definitely made a big transformation. He stated, "Since I'm shy about dancing I think the choreographer gave me a solo dance to tell me to have more confidence in dancing."

When talking about the musical transformation, Yoseob revealed, "After discussing things with the members, we think we have produced the best album with its direction. I'm also confident about the transformation."

Meanwhile, BEAST on KBS "Music Bank" will hold their first comeback stage on the 27th with performances of "Beautiful Night" and "It's Not Me."

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