K-pop boy band JYJ will make a grand return to the K-pop scene with their new album “Just Us,” the group‘s label said Thursday.
The second studio album to be released on July 29 will include 13 tracks including self-written and English songs that the group has worked on in Korea and the U.S.
Their comeback is nearly three years after their debut studio album “In Heaven” in 2011. The three members have since been pursuing solo activities in various fields including drama, musical and film.
Shortly after the album release, the trio will open the third “JYJ Membership Week” expo in Seoul from July 31-Aug. 3 for their fan clubs. The event has been annually held in the capital for free since 2012, drawing more than 20,000 fans each year from home and abroad.
The band’s Asia concert tour “The Return of the King” is also scheduled to be held, with the first concert to kick off on Aug. 9 in Seoul. The idols are set to tour around eight cities across Asia including Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Vietnam.
By Ock Hyun-ju (firstname.lastname@example.org)