Red Velvet to drop its first full-length Japanese album Wednesday

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Red Velvet to drop its first full-length Japanese album Wednesday

Album cover of Red Velvet's "Bloom" [ILGAN SPORTS]

Album cover of Red Velvet's "Bloom" [ILGAN SPORTS]

 
Girl group Red Velvet will drop its first full-length Japanese album on Wednesday, according to SM Entertainment. 
 
Titled "Bloom," the album is comprised of 11 songs including the lead track "Wildside," which was released on March 28. 
 
"Bloom" also includes new Japanese songs such as "Marionette," "Jackpot," "Snap Snap" and "Color of Love" along with songs that had been previously released such as "#Cookie Jar" (2018) and "Sappy" (2019). 
 
Red Velvet debuted in 2014 and consists of five members: Irene, Wendy, Seulgi, Joy and Yeri. It is best known for hits “Ice Cream Cake” (2015), “Russian Roulette” (2016), “Red Flavor” (2017), “Power Up” (2018) and “Queendom” (2021). The group finished its promotional activities on Sunday for its most recent EP "The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm" in Korea. 
 

BY LEE JIAN [lee.jian@joongang.co.kr]
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