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MBLAQ to make comeback amid rumors of a breakup

By Park Gyu-oh

  • Published : Nov 19, 2014 - 15:19
  • Updated : Nov 19, 2014 - 15:19


MBLAQ’s management agency revealed a teaser image of the group’s seventh EP on its official homepage amid rumors that the group was going to break up.

The rumors spread after news reports that group member Lee Jun’s contract with J TUNE CAMP will soon expire.

“I and my agency are discussing the matter and I’d like to reveal the details when they’re determined,” Lee said earlier this month.

MBLAQ’s seventh EP will be stuffed with songs composed by the members. The digital tracks and the CD will both be available on Nov. 25. The group plans to make its return with its “Curtain Call” concerts on Nov. 29 and 30.

Music pundits said the title “Curtain Call” indicates that it may be Lee Jun’s last concert as an MBLAQ member.

By Park Gyu-oh (q5park@heraldcorp.com)