K-pop group Ghost9 returns as septet after losing two members


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Boy band Ghost9 held a showcase in Seoul on Thursday to bring out its new EP 'Now: Who We Are Facing'. – Photo: Maroo Entertainment

Boy band Ghost9 held a showcase in Seoul on Thursday to bring out its new EP Now: Who We Are Facing.

It has been about five months since its previous EP, Now: When We Are In Love, longer than the usual three months it previously took the group to come back with new music.

“We wanted to show something new that we haven’t been able to before, so it took longer. It also means that we’d like to move forward breaking through our boundaries,” explained Lee Woo-jin.

The six-track EP is the last chapter of the band’s Now series and this time, they sing about the powerful attraction and passion for people, highlighting a more mature and stronger side.

The bandmates also talked about reorganising the group as a seven-member act after two members left in September.

“It would be a lie if we said there were no difficulties in preparing for comeback,” acknowledged Son Joon-hyung, but the rest of the members bonded stronger and probably made the results better, he added. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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