Secret preparing to return to Korea in September
On August 22nd, Secret will be releasing their 1st studio Japanese album, "Welcome to Secret Time."
Prior to its release, Secret will begin promoting the upcoming album on the 21st at the Fuji TV "Odaiba Special Live Stage." Currently, promotional wraps for their Japanese album have been placed in the Shin-Okubo Station in Japan.
The album includes their Japanese debut track, "Madonna," as well as the Japanese version of "Starlight, Moonlight," "Shy Boy," "Love Is Move," the original Japanese tracks, "So Much For Goodbye" and "Twinkle Twinkle" for a total of 13 tracks.
After completing activities in Japan, Secret is scheduled to return to South Korea. Secret has already finished recording their tracks and is in the middle of choosing the title track, with a goal of a September comeback in mind.
Their comeback will be approximately 1 year after they released their 1st Korean album, "Moving In Secret," in October 2011. They promoted the track, "Love Is Move."
Secret's agency officials told XSports News, "They have faithfully took the time to prepare for their Korean comeback. If it gets delayed, it isn't because of their Japanese activities. They have been preparing this for awhile, so please look forward to it."
Source: Xsports News