Here Are All The Comebacks & Debuts To Look Forward To In March 2020

You have dozens of new releases to look forward to!

Desperate for some new K-Pop songs to get into? March 2020 has you covered. Here are all the new releases you have to look forward to next month.

1. BTS & Lauv

March 6

American pop singer-songwriter Lauv already featured on a remix of BTS’s “Make it Right”. Now the group is returning the favor with a feature on Lauv’s new song, “WHO”. The song is releasing on March 6.

2. Suho (EXO)

Date unknown

In mid-February, reports surfaced that EXO’s Suho would be making his debut in March. As of right now, the specific date and title of the song have not been released.

3. ITZY

March 9

ITZY is due to make their second comeback with their new mini album It’z ME on March 9. The title track will be called “Wannabe”.

4. Taemin (SHINee)

Date unknown

Reports recently surfaced that SHINee’s Taemin would be making a solo comeback in March. As of right now, no dates, songs, or album names have been confirmed, but fans did spot him shooting something in Paris recently.

5. (G)I-DLE

Date unknown

(G)I-DLE has also been confirmed to make a comeback in March, though the official date is not yet set. It’s likely to be before late-March, given that the group’s world tour starts on April 4.

6. NCT 127

March 6

On March 6, NCT 127 will be making a comeback with “Kick It”—the title track from their new album, NEO ZONE.

7. WINNER

WINNER was reported to be making a comeback in March, but YG Entertainment has not yet announced a date. Investor reports suggest that BLACKPINK’s suspected March comeback may be postponed due to the coronavirus threat, so the same may be true for WINNER.

8. Stray Kids

March 18

Stray Kids will be making their Japan debut on March 18 with their first Japanese album, SKZ2020.

9. Dreamcatcher

March 11

Shortly after the release of their latest Korean song “Scream”, Dreamcatcher will be making a comeback in Japan with their 3rd Japanese single “Endless Night” on March 11.

10. fromis_9

March 13

Ahead of a debut in Japan, fromis_9 will be releasing their first single—a Japanese version of “Love Bomb”—on March 13.

11. HINAPIA

Date unknown

HINAPIA is yet another group that is reported to come back in March but is still yet to receive an official date or any further details.

12. VICTON

March 9

On March 9, VICTON will be making a comeback with their 6th mini album, Continuous. The title track is called “Howling”.

13. AleXa

March 6

After releasing her debut single “Bomb” just a few months ago, AleXa will be making her comeback with 2nd single “Do or Die” on March 6. She has already released a teaser song, “A.I TROOPER”, to keep fans busy until the comeback.

14. Sungjae (BtoB)

March 6

Sungjae’s solo debut special album, YOOK O’Clock (titled after his surname, Yook) is set to release on March 2. The lead single will be “Come with the Wind”

15. Hong Eunki

March 16

Former Produce 101 season 2 contestant Hong Eunki is due to release his first solo mini album on March 16. The album is called Undefinable: Love.

16. Park Bogum

March 18

Singer and actor Park Bogum will be releasing his 1st Japanese full album on March 18, entitled Blue Bird.

17. CRAXY

March 1

SA ITAINMENT’s 5-member girl group CRAXY (formerly known as Wish Girls) will be starting the month off with their debut on March 1. Both the full-length album and its title track are called “Aria”.

18. Yezi

March 5

Former FIESTAR member Yezi will be releasing a new solo song, “Home”, on March 5.

19. TOO

March 18

New boy group TOO (which stands for Ten Oriented Orchestra) will make a debut on March 18. The group was created on the survival show WORLD KLASS.

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