K-pop boy band 2PM will have a comeback performance on Sept. 15, its agency JYP Entertainment said Friday.
“2PM will have comeback with a full set of members on the 15th next month, a week after Chuseok,” JYP Entertainment said in a statement.
“Since this is a return after 15 months, (2PM) will be carrying out lots of music and television entertainment activities,” the music label added, asking for fans’ support.
The boy band originally sought to stage a comeback showcase in April, but delayed it due to the national tragedy of the Sewol ferry disaster and the need for more preparation for the new album.
In the meantime, 2PM’s members have been engaged in individual entertainment activities on television shows as well as solo performances here and overseas.
The announcement came after Nichkhun recently signaled 2PM’s upcoming comeback in a television show, saying, “We are done working on the album. … All we need right now is practice and performance.”
The boy band is also scheduled to set out on a world tour to Korea, China, Japan and the U.S. on Oct. 3.