Confirmation On ASTRO’s Subunit For A Comeback
Fantagio formed Astro, a South Korean boy band that debuted in 2016. The members of the group are MJ, Jinjin, Cha Eun-woo, Moon Bin, Rocky, and Yoon San-ha. They made their debut with the single “Hide & Seek” from their first EP Spring Up. They were named as one of the best new K-pop groups of 2016 by Billboard.
South Korean boy band ASTRO’s first sub-unit to make a comeback has been officially announced. Fantagio has announced the news on 4th Feb mentioning. Moonbin and Sanha will be releasing the pre-release single ‘Ghost Town’ on 11th Feb. Second mini-album will release next month in March following the pre-release single.
Fantagio said that Moonbin and Sanha will be showing their new and different sides in the mini-album. The duo has the first debut as ASTRO’s first subunit on Sept 2020 with their mini-album ‘In-Out,’ which includes the lead single ‘Bad Idea.’ The next album will be the duo’s first formal release as a unit since its formation.
Insight about Moonbin and Sanha’s return comes under a month after the boyband’s subsequent subunit, framed by individuals JinJin and Rocky, had made their authority debut with their scaled-down collection ‘Reestablish’. That delivery had been driven by the energetic single ‘Just Breath’ which dropped close by a music video that portrayed the team in self-quarantine.
ASTRO News For MJ
Fantagio announced in late January that member MJ would be taking a break from ASTRO activities because of health concerns. ASTRO’s MJ found difficulties with his health during his recent promotions, so he went to the hospital for an in-depth evaluation.
They also added that they have decided to take a brief break from activities to focus on health. Their artists’ health is their topmost priority and providing them all the service to make a fast recovery.
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