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K-pop group BTS to make comeback in February

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Sat, January 14, 2017  /  12:45 pm
K-pop group BTS to make comeback in February

As announced by Big Hit Entertainment, BTS' upcoming album is currently being produced and will serve as a continuation to the group's 2016's full album Wings. (BTS' official website/File)

South Korean boy band Bulletproof Scouts, also known as Bangtan Boys (BTS), is set to make a comeback in February.

Announced by Big Hit Entertainment, the group's upcoming album is currently being produced and will serve as a continuation to 2016's full album Wings. Detailed information on the album format is not yet available.

According to Antara news agency, Wings sold 751,000 copies last year. The album, which consists of 15 songs in various genres, landed 26th spot in the US Billboard 200 and ranked 62nd on the UK's top 100 album chart. The achievements are regarded as among the highest records set by K-pop idols to date.

(Read also: BTS members thank fans for Billboard moments)

A source in the Korean music industry said other entertainment agencies were keeping an eye on BTS’ comeback. “They are refraining so their artists will not release anything in the near future,” the source said.

The seven-member act is scheduled to kick-start the Wings Tour on Feb. 18-19 at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, South Korea. (mas/kes)

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