The Boss to release Korean full length album in April + official fan club name to be revealed
It's been a while since we heard news surrounding the Korean career of boy group The Boss but it seems that Open World Entertainment is planning lots of things for them in the future.
It was revealed by the company's CEO Jang Seokwoo, that both The Bos sand X-5 will be having a fanmeeting in Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan. It is a two days, one night type of meeting, starting March 3rd, until March 4th. Fans will be able to see the group's upcoming music video, teaser and jacket photos for their next Korean release.
After mentioning the release, Jang Seokwoo went on to reveal that the group will be making a comeback in April, with the release of their first full length album. Together with preparing for their Korean comeback, the group is also said to be preparing for a first solo concert. On the latter, he also mentioned that they could only do it if enough fans would participate, and that he was wondering whether or not the ticket prices should be halved.
At the moment, the group is preparing for their next Japanese single, but they'll be heading back to Korea on February 21st, to tend to their recording schedule. After finishing the schedule, they'll once again leave for Japan to promote their 5th Japanese single, before returning to Korea again for their new Korean promotions.
It seems Open World Entertainment has heard the calls of many fans, as the CEO also revealed that the group will be having long promotions for their comeback album. Next to promotions, the official fan club name is also set to be revealed.
Source: Astromafia and @seokwoo_jang