SEOUL, Sept. 14 (Yonhap) -- K-pop girl group GFriend plans to release two digital singles in Japan next month, its management agency said Monday.
The singles -- "Labyrinth - Crossroads" and "Song of the Sirens - Apple" -- will be released on Oct. 14 and 21, respectively, according to Source Music.
"Labyrinth - Crossroads" will consist of Japanese versions of "Labyrinth" and "Crossroads" from the band's eighth EP album "Labyrinth," dropped last February, while "Song of the Sirens - Apple" will carry "Apple" and "Tarot Cards" from its latest EP "Song of the Sirens," which came out in July in South Korea.
These will be the band's first Japanese releases since its first Japanese full-length album, "Fallin' Light," which came out last September.
GFriend debuted in Japan in 2018 in partnership with King Record, a major Japanese record company, and has since released three singles and one full-length album.
The act has successfully settled in the market, winning the "Best 3 New Artists" award at the 33rd Japan Golden Disk Awards.
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