This is the former Wonder Girls member's solo release since "Full Moon" smashed the charts!
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7 Aug 2017 - 1:16 PM  UPDATED 7 Aug 2017 - 4:34 PM

Sunmi is finally making a solo comeback, thee years after the release of her smash hit "Full Moon."

According to Naver, the former Wonder Girls star has confirmed that she'll be back in action August 22nd.

Sunmi's upcoming solo project will be her first under new agency MakeUs Entertainment, following her departure from JYP Entertainment earlier this year. MakeUs revealed that the songstress has prepared a lot of new songs, but remained tight-lipped on whether she'll drop a full album or not.

Sunmi made her official solo debut back in 2013 with the racy "24 Hours," which became one of the biggest solo female hits of the year. She followed it up with the slinky Brave Brothers-produced "Full Moon" a year later, which won her first place on Inkigayo.

Do you think Sunmi's next single will be just as successful as her first two?


 

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