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Apink to drop new album this month

All Headlines 17:00 September 02, 2016

SEOUL, Sept. 2 (Yonhap) -- K-pop girl group Apink will release a new album this month, the group's management agency said Friday.

"Apink will drop its third full-length album on Sept. 26," Plan A Entertainment said, without unveiling the title. "This is the group's first full-length album since its second 'Pink Memory,' which came out in July last year."

The members have so far engaged in solo activities, appearing on TV entertainment programs, in drama series and releasing solo albums, or doing overseas activities over the last one year and two months.

In Japan, they held a five-city concert tour and released group single albums in July and August this year.

"The album contains plenty of quality music to present a new phase of the group after a long hiatus from their home stage," agency officials said.

Debuting in 2011 with their first extended play album "Seven Springs of Apink," the band is best known for such hit songs as "Mr. Chu," "NoNoNo" and "LUV."

South Korean girl group Apink (Yonhap)

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