The long wait is over for fans of K-pop star BOA, after her agency SM Entertainment confirmed Tuesday, November 8, the release of her third EP “Forgive Me” on November 22.
The agency made the announcement by dropping a teaser for the upcoming album on their social media accounts.
“Forgive Me” will be the artist’s first album drop in “Better” came out in December 2020 as part of her 20th debut anniversary.
While details about the new album remain under wraps, the agency revealed that it will contain six new tracks.
The album reveal also started the pre-sale period for both online and in-store record shops.
Prior to the release of her new album, BoA joined SM Entertainment’s new idol group GOT the beat. It is a subunit of the agency’s latest super group Girls On Top. They dropped their debut single “Step Back” early this year.
During her hiatus, BoA kept herself busy this year by being one of the judges of Mnet’s reality dance competition “Street Man Fighter.” She also appeared as the judge of the show’s female version “Street Woman Fighter” in 2021.
Source: The Korea Herald