Brown Eyed Girls announce their comebackThe K-pop group Brown Eyed Girls have set a date for their comeback. The four-member girl group appeared Wednesday in a live show through V, a smartphone application that airs the personal broadcasts of celebrities, and said they will return to the music scene on Nov. 5.
On the show, the four members exchanged glasses of champagne to commemorate their return and talked about their new album and choreography.
“I think this dance is probably the most challenging one among all the things we did in the past,” Gain, one of the members, said. “The dance is quite provocative, and you may expect a lot from us.”
The members also promised that they would dance in funny costumes if their new song tops four TV music shows.
The girl group entered the music scene in 2006. Unlike some other girl groups, which market themselves as cute, fragile girls, Brown Eyed Girls have released fierce and fiery songs. Some of their hits include “Abracadabra” and “Must Have Love.”
By Sung So-young