Here Are All 19 K-Pop Comebacks And Debuts To Look Forward To In March (So Far)

Which comeback or debut are you most looking forward to??

While 2021 has already gotten off to a great start with K-Pop comebacks and debuts, March looks like it might be the most comeback-heavy month of the year so far!

Here are all 19 planned comebacks that have been announced, with more likely to come before too long.

March 1: ATEEZ Album Release

On March 1, ATEEZ will be releasing their new album, ZERO: FEVER Part. 2, at 6 PM KST/4 AM EST!

March 2: VERIVERY Album Release

On March 2, VERIVERY will release their new album, Series O – Round I: Hal, at 6 PM KST/4 AM EST!

March 3: iKON Digital Single Release

On March 3, iKON will release the digital single “Why Why Why”!

March 3: Rain Album Release


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Also on March 3, Rain will come out with a new album, Why Don’t We, at 6 PM KST/4 AM EST! The album will include a collaboration with Chungha for the title song, “Why Don’t We”.

March 4: CHECKMATE Album Release

On March 4, new co-ed group CHECKMATE will release their album YOU! It was originally planned to come out on February 15, but was delayed in order to complete the album.

March 5: G-reyish Album Release

On March 5 at 6 PM KST/4 AM EST, G-reyish will be releasing their first mini-album, M!

March 10: MONSTA X Japanese Single Release

On March 10, MONSTA X will be releasing their 9th Japanese single, “Wanted”!

March 11: GHOST9 Album Release

On March 11 at 6 PM KST/4 AM EST, GHOST9 will be releasing the album NOW: Where We Are, Here!

March 12: DPR IAN Debut Album Release

On March 12, DPR IAN (former leader of disbanded K-Pop group C-Clown) will come out with his debut album, MITO (Moodswings In This Order).

March 15: Ciipher Debut

On March 15, RAIN Company‘s newest boy group, Ciipher, will be coming out with their debut! There are seven members in the group — Hyunbin, Tan, Hwi, Keita, Tag, Dohwan, and Won — some of whom have participated in competition shows such as Produce X 101 and YG Treasure Box!

March 16: Super Junior Album Release

Though it has now been delayed a couple of times, Super Junior is planning to release their 10th full-length album, The Renaissance, on March 16!

March 17: The Boyz Japanese Album Release

On March 17, The Boyz will be making a comeback with the Japanese album Breaking Dawn!

March 24: Dreamcatcher Japanese Album Release

On March 24, Dreamcatcher will be releasing their 4th Japanese single album, Eclipse!

March 31: TREASURE Japanese Album Release

On March 31, TREASURE is planning on releasing their first Japanese album, titled The First Step: Treasure Effect, the same as their first full-length album. It’s reported to be a 13-track album with Japanese versions of all their original songs!


Cube Entertainment has stated that PENTAGON is planning to release an album mid-March, and that they filmed the music video this week. Leader Hui just started his military enlistment in the last couple of days, so Kino will take his place as leader in the meantime.

TBA: BLACKPINK’s Rosé Solo Debut

While a specific date hasn’t been set, Rosé’s highly-anticipated solo album will be released sometime in March!

TBA: NTX Debut

NTX is a pre-debut 10-member boy group formed under Victory Company. They’ve released a couple of teasers prior to their debut, and are planning on releasing their first single sometime in March!


Though a specific date hasn’t been announced yet, this boy group formed by DSP Media is planning on debuting sometime in March! They will have 7 members, some of whom have been on competition shows like Produce X 101 and Under Nineteen: Junhyuk, Dongpyo, Khael, Siyoung, Lien, Yubin, and Douhyun.

TBA: WINNER’s Yoon Solo Album Debut

YG Entertainment has confirmed that Yoon will release his first solo album sometime in March.

Kang Seung Yoon will be releasing his first solo full album in March. Currently, he has finished recording all the songs on the album and is preparing to film the music video for his title track next month.

— YG Entertainment

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