INFINITE Reveals Unit Group, INFINITE F, At Encore Concert
By Diana Shin | February 28, 2014 02:06 PM EST
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On February 28, INFINITE held their 'ONE GREAT STEP RETURNS' encore concert in Seoul and revealed their new unit group, INFINITE F.
Unit group INFINITE F consists of Sung Jong, Sung Yeol and L and they performed on stage for the first time as a unit. They showed off a cute dance that matched the fun dance song.
They received much attention from fans as they showed their excitement for their new promotions.
They will perform one more encore concert on March 1.
INFINITE also announced that they will be making a full comeback in April. The fans who gathered at their encore concert, "One Great Step Returns", cheered at this surprise announcement.
INIFINITE's other unit group, "INFINITE H", also released "Alone." This unit group is made up of Hoya and Dongwoo showed off their mature skills in dance and rap. They said, "We put our own stories in the song, as we wrote the lyrics ourselves. We wanted to give it a try for a rela hip hop song. We put in all of our effort as even re-recorded the song four times."
Woohyun's own song , "With Eyes Closed," was also released for the first time. Woohyun said, "I've prepared a solo stage with a song I wrote and composed myself. I wanted to communicate with the fans with this song."
Woohyun will be making up a project group with Key of SHINee called "TOHEART," and L will be appearing in a new MBC TV drama.
On the other hand, INFINITE will be stopping their album activities in A
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