SEOUL, June 9 (Yonhap) -- Rising K-pop girl group aespa's second EP "Girls" has scored over 1 million units in preorders since they began a week ago, SM Entertainment, the group's agency, said Thursday.
Debuting in November 2020 with a unique metaverse-based concept, the quartet shot to fame with its debut single "Black Mamba" and follow-up songs "Next Level" and "Savage."
The large preorders herald the forthcoming album will also be a huge success.
The quartet will release an English single titled "Life's Too Short" on June 24 and "Girls" on July 8.
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