Tasty Twins Looking Yummy In Teaser Image And Trailer For Comeback Next Month
By Staff Writer | July 30, 2013 12:13 AM EDT
Tasty revealed a comeback trailer and teaser image through their agency Woolim Entertainment, and the twins are looking tastier than ever.
The agency first posted the 'Tasty 2013 Comeback Trailer' to its official YouTube channel on July 29 with a follow up teaser image of the shirtless pair on July 30.
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Tasty is comprised of biological twin brothers So Ryong and Dae Ryong and have been taglined by their label as 'Asia's No. 1 Performance Duo.'
They debuted in 2012 under Woolim after spending their training days at JYP Entertainment and serving as backup dancers from 2007 to 2009.
Strong dancers, the Tasty2Wins are Korean-Chinese and first officially came on to the K-Pop scene with the song "You Know Me."
The comeback trailer includes flashy imagery and a little taste of what promises to be a phenomenally choreographed music video.
The picture released by their agency shows the brothers laughing together and showing off their trim physiques and abs.
There is no official word yet about the upcoming single's title or release date, but it is expected to drop sometime in early August.
Check out the comeback trailer below:
And for those of you who can't wait for the new single, take a look back at Tasty's breakout song "You Know Me."
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