Oh boy. It looks like the battle between the K-Pop idol groups is getting stronger as various Korean idol groups such as the likes of SM Entertainment’s EXO and FNC Entertainment’s FTISLAND are expected to make their comebacks in the coming months.

Their comebacks may be highly anticipated, but we can’t help but feel excited for miss A because the group is going to make its long-awaited comeback too.



Formed in 2010, Miss A (stylized as miss A) is a 4-member Korean-Chinese K-pop girl group based in South Korea. The group is managed by JYP Entertainment and it is made up of 2 Chinese members (Jia and Fei) and 2 Korean members (Min and Suzy). The group made their official debut on 1st July 2010 with “Bad Girl Good Girl“, the hit single from their 1st EP “Bad But Good”. After releasing their 2nd 4-track EP “Step Up” in September 2010, the group made their comeback in 2011 with “A Class”, the group’s 1st studio album.

More than a year later, the group released their 2nd full-length studio album, “Hush” on 6th November 2013. The album consists of 13 songs including 7 never-before-heard new songs. It even topped various major music charts in South Korea and the group ended their album promotion with “Love Is U” last year.

miss A

In 2014, the members took a break from their music career, but they continued to stay in the public eye through various variety shows and TV series. Of course, that didn’t stop them from pursuing their passion in music because a representative of JYP Entertainment confirmed that the girls are ready for a group comeback.

On 11th March, the rep told The Fact that the group will release “a new album” by the end of March, describing that it contains “miss A’s distinct sexiness”. The group’s comeback elicited excitement from the fans as it’d be their 1st album since the release of 2013’s “Hush”.

The upcoming months are going to be phenomenal because INFINITE is expected to make a comeback in May.

BIGBANG, too, was expected to make a comeback in early April and SNSD was rumoured to make a comeback in May. However, both YG Entertainment and SM Entertainment have denied the reports. It’s only a matter of time before JYP announces its upcoming plan for the group.

What do you think of the comeback news? Are you excited to see them on stage again? Share your thoughts in the comment box below.


(Source: Soompi / Featured image)

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