K-Pop Groups To Make March 2019 Comeback
K-pop entertainment companies are preparing their talents for comeback in the coming month. Here are some of the K-pop groups and idols that have already announced or teased to make a comeback in March.
Stray Kids will gift their fans with new music next month. Reports indicate that the group has finished the filming the music video for their new song. Soompi cited a Newsen articled where JYP Entertainment source was quoted as saying that Stray Kids aims for a March comeback. However, the official date has yet to be finalized.
March also marks the group's first year anniversary. Bang Chan, Woojin, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N. debuted on March 25, 2018 with their first EP, I Am Not.
The Korean female group is reportedly gearing for their long-awaited comeback next month with a new album. A report indicates that MOMOLAND plans to release a new album in mid-March.
The nine-member group will be backed in promotions in April after the release of their new album. The group's last comeback was in June 2018 when they dropped their new album, Fun to the World, and its title track "BAAM."
This group is also aiming for a March comeback. Their agency, RBW Entertainment, has already confirmed that Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa are currently preparing to release new music. The group last comeback was in November with "Blue;S."
NU'EST fans will be seeing the five members of the group together again in their promo activities. The K-pop group's agency, Pledis Entertainment, has announced that NU'EST is currently working on new music and plans to make a comeback in mid-March.
The last time JR, Aron, Baekho, Minhyun, and Ren worked as a five-member team was in August 2016. They released their fifth EP, Canvas, and its title track "Love Paint (Every Afternoon)" at the time.
MBK Entertainment has confirmed that K-pop girl group DIA will be making their comeback on March 28. According to the label, the group is now working with producer Shinsadong Tiger, who also produced DIA's debut track "Somehow" and their first No. 1 track "Woo Woo."