Oh My Girl Confirmed their return!
Oh My Girl, a South Korean girl group, is preparing to make a comeback next month! On February 7, WM Entertainment announced that Oh My Girl will release a new album in March. This will be their first appearance in approximately ten months, following the publication of their ninth mini album, ‘Dear OHMYGIRL,’ in May 2021.
WM Entertainment said in a statement to Newsen that ‘Oh My Girl’ will be releasing a new album in March. More information on the release has yet to be announced, although it is expected in the following weeks.
Oh My Girl made its debut with the EP ‘Oh My Girl’ in April 2015. Hyojung, Mimi, YooA, Seunghee, Jiho, Yubin, and Arin are the current members of the group. Oh My Girl debuted in Japan in January 2019, with the album debuting at number one on the Oricon Daily Album List and topping the Billboard Japan Top Albums Sales chart. The same year, the group competed in Mnet’s comeback battle programme, ‘Queendom,’ finishing as the program’s first runner-up in the final episode.
Oh My Girl’s popularity has steadily increased since the release of ‘Nonstop’ and ‘Dolphin’ in 2020. Both tunes were high-charting releases for the group at the time, peaking at second and ninth on the weekly Gaon Digital Chart, respectively. Furthermore, Oh My Girl’s 2021 release, ‘Dun Dun Dance,’ became a certified mega-hit. It gave the girl group its first chart-topper, peaking at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart.
Awards And Appreciation Received
In an interview with NME, bugAboo, a rookie girl group, expressed their appreciation for OH MY GIRL. They said that the each of them have their own role models and sources of inspiration. As a group they strongly admire OH MY GIRL, stated bugAboo leader Choyeon.
“They perform so naturally and have such amazing team connection,” she remarked. “Just like OH MY GIRL inspires us, we hope to one day be someone else’s role model, inspiring them to pursue their aspirations.”
Oh My Girl has won numerous honours, including Artist of the Year (Bonsang) at the 2021 The Fact Music Awards. The group’s constant rise with each album has heightened excitement for their forthcoming return.