15 More K-Pop Comebacks & Debuts To Look Forward To In July

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Earlier in June, we made a list of almost a dozen K-Pop comebacks and debuts to look forward to for the month of July. Now that the month is just around the corner, even more K-Pop music to be released in July has been announced! Here are 15 more K-Pop comebacks and debuts to anticipate in July (including some updated dates from TBAs listed on the previous article).

July 1: AleXa Comeback

On July 1, AleXa is set to release her second single album, ReviveR! This will be her first musical release since she came out with the OST “I Miss You Every Day” for the K-Drama Somehow Family.

July 1: CIX Comeback

Also on July 1 at 6PM KST/5AM EST, CIX will be releasing a new album, TESSERACT, which will be produced by Minit and PENTAGON‘s Hui!

July 5: BXK Comeback

On July 5 at 12PM KST/July 4 at 11PM EST, rookie boy group BXK will be releasing their first digital single album, “Excuse Me”! This is their first comeback since they debuted with “Fly High” in November of last year.

July 5: Soyeon ((G)I-DLE) Solo Comeback

Also on July 5 at 6PM KST/5AM EST, (G)I-DLE leader Soyeon is planning on releasing her first mini-album, Windy! The title track is “Beam Beam”, and it will be her first comeback as a solo artist (outside of collaborations) since she released “The Loveless” in June 2019.

July 5: Kyuhyun (Super Junior) Solo Comeback

Yet another comeback on July 5 at 6PM KST/5AM EST, Kyuhyun will be releasing his third single from his 2021 Project: 季 series, “Together”, which will represent the summer season. He previously released the first single, “Moving On”, representing winter on January 26 this year, and the second single, “Coffee”, representing spring on April 13.

July 5: SF9 Comeback

And finally, SF9 will also be making a comeback on July 5, with their 9th mini-album titled TURN OVER and the title song “Tear Drop”. This will be their first comeback since they released their Special History Book in October of last year.

July 7: GIRLKIND Comeback

On July 7 at 12PM KST/July 6 at 11PM EST, GIRLKIND is planning to release their fifth digital single album, Good Vibes Only.

July 7: Yebin (DIA/UNI.T) Solo Debut

Also on July 7, DIA and UNI.T member Yebin will making her solo debut with the song “Yes I Know”.

July 8: Jongup (former B.A.P) Solo Comeback

On July 8 at 6PM KST/5AM EST, former B.A.P member and now solo artist Jongup is going to release his first mini-album, US. This will be his first comeback as a solo artist since he debuted with Headache in May 2020.

July 9: BTS Comeback

On July 9 at 1PM KST/12AM EST (on the 8th anniversary of the ARMY fandom), BTS has confirmed that they will be releasing a physical single album for “Butter”! Along with their latest hit, it will also include a brand-new song “that will make your heart beat to the rhythm of BTS’s positive energy”.

July 11: Minzy Comeback

On July 11 at 12PM KST/July 10 at 11PM EST, soloist Minzy will be releasing her third single, “Teamo”. This will be her first comeback as a solo artist under her own label, MZ Entertainment, since she came out with the song “Lovely” in May of last year.

July 28: ATEEZ Japanese Comeback

On July 28, ATEEZ will be releasing their first Japanese single album, Dreamers, with a title track of the same name. “Dreamers” will also be used as the newest ending theme song for the Digimon Adventure: anime!

TBA: Taeyeon (Girls’ Generation) Solo Comeback

Though a date hasn’t been announced yet, Taeyeon is confirmed to be releasing a new song in July! This will be her first domestic comeback since she came out with the mini-album What Do I Call You in December last year.

TBA: D.O. (EXO) Solo Debut

EXO’s D.O. is also set to make his long-awaited solo debut in July! SM Entertainment has confirmed that he’ll be dropping his debut album sometime late in the month.

TBA: Lisa (BLACKPINK) Solo Debut

And finally, BLACKPINK’s Lisa is also planning to make her long-awaited solo debut sometime in July, according to Hangout With You‘s Yoo Jae Suk after looking at their upcoming roster. Though YG Entertainment hasn’t made an official announcement, they have said that she’s hard at work on her first album!

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