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Nicole Plans Comebacks In Both Korea And Japan

By James Buhain | February 10, 2016 12:59 PM EST


Yongju Jung, known to fans simply as Nicole, is simultaneously preparing for her comeback in Japan and Korea.

The former KARA member will drop a new EP in Korea after the release of her second Japanese single. 

According to her agency B2M Entertainment, Nicole is going to make a return with her second Japanese-language single "Don't Stop" on Feb. 17. The song will be bright and upbeat with lyrics about a person who does not speak their mind.

Nicole's return comes eight months after she made her debut in Japan last June with the single "Something Special." Proving her popularity and securing her status as a powerful vocalist, the single entered Oricon chart's top 10 at number nine.

B2M Entertainment also announced that once Nicole wraps up promotions in Japan, she will make a comeback in Korea and release a new EP in March.

Her first solo EP, First Romance, was released in Korea in November 2014. The EP contained a total of five tracks, with "MAMA" being the lead single.

Tagged :  Nicole Yongju Jung, Don't Stop, Something Special, MAMA, Japan, oricon, First Romance


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