Girl group Kara to release 15th anniversary album ‘Move Again’ on Nov. 25
Second-generation K-pop girl group Kara will release its 15th anniversary album, “Move Again,” on Nov. 25, according to the group’s agency RBW Tuesday.
This is the first new album since its seventh EP “In Love,” released in May 2015.
A teaser poster image was revealed the same day, showing silhouettes of the group’s five members.
The girl group currently consists of members Gyuri, Seungyeon and Youngji. Members Nicole and Jiyoung, who left the group in 2014, have rejoined for the new release.
In December, the group will release a Japanese version of the album and hold fan meets in Osaka, Fukuoka and Tokyo.
The group is best known for hits “Pretty Girl” (2008), “Honey” (2008), “Mr.” (2009), “Step” (2011) and “Pandora” (2012). Its megahit “Mr.” was a major contributor to the rise of K-pop and Hallyu, or the Korean wave, in Japan, leading Kara to become the first Korean girl group to host a solo concert at the Tokyo Dome.
BY CHO JUNG-WOO [firstname.lastname@example.org]