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NU'EST to release album on April 29

NU'EST members have reunited to make an album that will hit the market on April 29. Courtesy of Pledis Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

The five-member K-pop boy band NU'EST will release an album on April 29, ending its members' independent activities over the past three years.

During the period, Hwang Min-hyun played as a member of project band Wanna One, disbanded in December 2018, while the others ― Baekho, Aron, JR and Ren ― had activities of their own as NU'EST's sub-unit, NU'EST W.

NU'EST's most recent mini-album "CANVAS" was released in 2016.

The reunited members are holding concerts in Seoul at Olympic Park Gymnasium from April 12-14.

The band debuted in 2012 with the digital single "Face." Its flagship songs include "Hello."


NU'EST members have reunited to make an album that will hit the market on April 29. Courtesy of Pledis Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

The five-member K-pop boy band NU'EST will release an album on April 29, ending its members' independent activities over the past three years.

During the period, Hwang Min-hyun played as a member of project band Wanna One, disbanded in December 2018, while the others ― Baekho, Aron, JR and Ren ― had activities of their own as NU'EST's sub-unit, NU'EST W.

NU'EST's most recent mini-album "CANVAS" was released in 2016.

The reunited members are holding concerts in Seoul at Olympic Park Gymnasium from April 12-14.

The band debuted in 2012 with the digital single "Face." Its flagship songs include "Hello."


Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr


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