After nine years, K-pop legend Cho Yong Pil will finally make his big comeback by releasing a new single this week, his agency YPC Company confirmed Tuesday, November 15.
According to the agency, the 72-year-old musician’s latest single “Road to 20-Prelude 1” will come out on Friday at 6 p.m. KST.
The singer also teased his upcoming single on his official YouTub channel, as well as the title of two new tracks from his upcoming album and the date and time of its release.
“It will be released as a single album, which he has never tried before,” the agency stated in the video. Other details remain under wraps.
Cho Yong Pil’s last full-length album “Hello” came out in 2013.
The legend debuted in 1968 as a member of the rock band Atkins. He jumped from one band to another for a decade, then made his solo debut in 1976 with the hit song “Come Back to Busan Port.”
Throughout his more than 50-year career, the music idol came up with 19 studio albums and several hit songs like “Dream,” “Candle Light,” and “Leopard of Kilimanjaro.”
The award-winning singer is also scheduled to have a series of concerts in Seoul on November 26 and 27 and December 3 and 4. According to reports, all 40,000 tickets released for the concerts sold out 30 minutes after their release.
Source: The Korea Times