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Shinhwa to release 13th EP, 'Unchanging,' next month

All Headlines 16:49 October 20, 2016

SEOUL, Oct. 20 (Yonhap) -- The first generation of South Korean idol groups, Shinhwa, plans to return to the K-pop stage after some 20 months with its 13th EP "Unchanging," its management agency said Thursday.

Shinhwa Co. said the group will unveil a new single "She Said" on Saturday at midnight before they officially release the first part of the 13th EP on Nov. 29.

The new EP title is to signify the group's constant relationship with its fandom that has been going strong for 19 years now after they debuted in 1998.

Known as the "oldest idol group alive" in Korea, Shinhwa has been releasing official albums almost every year, except when members had to join the military for mandatory service.

Part one of the EP will consist of slower songs typically released in the autumn season, while the second part is to contain more powerful songs in the group's signature style.

Shinhwa is to hold an exclusive concert set to run from Dec. 17-18 at the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Goyang, northwest of Seoul.

This captured image of a poster released by Shinhwa Company shows the group's return with its 13th EP "Unchanging" in November 2016. (Yonhap)


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