K-pop girl band Mamamoo to make full-group return next month


The quarter released the best-of album 'I Say Mamamoo: The Best' in September last year to mark its seventh anniversary. – Photo: RBW Entertainment

Mamamoo will make a comeback with its 12th EP on Oct. 11, according to agency RBW Entertainment on Tuesday.

The company uploaded a poster for the EP Mic On, signaling the group’s first full-group return in about a month. It released the best-of album I Say Mamamoo: The Best in September last year to mark its seventh anniversary.

Last month Solar and Moonbyul dropped the single Better as the quartet’s first subunit Mamamoo Plus.

The four members have also been busy pursuing their individual careers. Moonbyul is participating in a contest show among K-pop female rappers and was leading the competition in the first two rounds.

Wheein, meanwhile, suffered an eye injury last week. Residual dust from fireworks that went off onstage as she was performing got into her eye and wounded her cornea, her agency the Live Label said.

Wheein signed with the agency in August last year after her contract with RBW Entertainment expired. The rest of the group renewed their contracts with RBW. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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