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Another Epic July Comeback: Chungha Slated To Make A Musical Return This Summer

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Jun 10, 2022 11:57 AM EDT

Chungha is rumored to drop a comeback this July! What has the former I.O.I member have in store for her fans?

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On the 9th of June, news outlets reported that the Chungha is currently preparing to return with her second full-length album this July. Reports noted that the soloist is also in the final stages of preparations for her supposed album.


Furthermore, Chungha's upcoming musical release will also mark her one year after the release of her "Querencia," which was released in February of 2021. Chungha's last comeback was her digital single "Killing Me" in November of last year.

As of writing this article, Chungha herself has not yet responded to the reports. But, if news of her July comeback is true, this will be the soloist's first domestic release of this year.

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2022 is slated to be an immensely busy year for Chungha as beyond her comeback, she is also slated to appear in multiple events.

Adding to this, Chungha will be part of the 88rising's line-up for their upcoming "Head In The Clouds" festival in August which will be held in Pasadena, California. With Chungha are fellow artists eaJ, BIBI, Warren Hue, and many more.


Chungha will also be a part of the MIK Festival 2022, which will be held in London in July. The soloist will also be joined by Red Velvet, EXO's Suho, Pentagon, Golden Child, VIVIZ, Cherry Bullet, and Billlie.


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Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding Chungha and other K-Pop artists!

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