MBLAQ’s Mir Suggests Spring Comeback; Mir Tweets MBLAQ’s Return Will Be “Really Soon!” With Pic Of Choreography Practice
By Staff Writer | April 12, 2013 12:18 AM EDT
MBLAQ was rumored to have a comeback in May. K-Pop music insiders have reported that MBLAQ's title single has already been chosen, and that it's just a matter of time before the boy group returns.
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Mir, the youngest member of MBLAQ, seems to have confirmed their comeback. He tweeted, "Really soon, we're gonna have a comeback!! It's going to be so fun!! Coming soon~!!!!" He also uploaded a picture of what looked like MBLAQ practicing choreography, probably for a comeback stage performance.
Mir has been in the spotlight recently due to his comments about MBC's new variety show "Real Project, Real Man." The show features male celebrities who enter military service for 5 nights and 6 days without aid from any staff members.
Mir commented on the variety show's sneak-peek of military service, "Having traveled into the depths of the Amazon River, I didn't think I would encounter something more challenging. But I was wrong. This was harder."
He added, "The show is brutally real...I feel more of a man than before...When the time is right [for me to join military service], I will go like a man."
In addition to appearing in variety shows such as "Real Project, Real Man, the boys of MBLAQ have remained in the public eye through appearances on dramas, but they haven't stood on stage together and performed in Korea in a long time. Their last Korean stage was for "This Is War" in 2012. They have been focusing on solo activities and Japanese promotions since then.
MBLAQ made a comeback in Japan in March of this year with their third single, "Mona Lisa". It had been a year and 6 months since their last Japan comeback.
MBLAQ's agency commented on their Japan comeback, "We are thankful for all the Japan media and fans that have shown great interest in their comeback. We hope to bring even better performances and music to everyone. Please keep a look out for them."
Hopefully Mir's tweet about a MBLAQ comeback in Korea means fans won't have to wait much longer for some new music from the popular boy group.
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