Demobbed Hoony may join Seungyoon, Jinu, Mino for Winner comeback

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Demobbed Hoony may join Seungyoon, Jinu, Mino for Winner comeback

Hoony of boy band Winner [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

Hoony of boy band Winner [YG ENTERTAINMENT]

 
Lee Seung-hoon, or Hoony of boy band Winner, was discharged from military service on Friday.
 
Hoony enlisted in April 2020 as a social service worker.
 
Last August, YG Entertainment announced that Hoony renewed his contract with the company for another five years.
 
As Winner’s Jinu, or Kim Jin-woo, was also discharged in December, fans are expecting the band to return with new music. 
 
Winner’s Mino, or Song Min-ho, also hinted at the band’s comeback when he said “Please look forward to 2022 as we are preparing to return as Winner,” during a press conference for the release of his album “To Infinity.” in December.
 
Hoony debuted in 2014 as a member of Winner along with members Seungyoon, Jinu and Mino. The band was formed through Mnet’s survival music program “WIN: Who is Next” (2013). The band is known to produce and choreograph its own songs. Hit songs include “Empty” (2014), “Baby Baby” (2016), “Really Really” (2017) and “Millions” (2018).

BY SHIN MIN-HEE [shin.minhee@joongang.co.kr]
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