2PM Comeback Pushed Back, GOT7 Set to Return in June


Boy band 2PM are set to put their comeback on hold. The group had originally planned to release new material in April, but decided not to go ahead with promotion after the Sewol ferry disaster. 2PM’s representatives, JYP Entertainment, had originally announced that a comeback was likely in June, but members’ television and movie commitments have meant that this now seems impossible.

Instead, fans are likely to have to wait until July or even later this year for new material from the group. JYP spokespeople have indicated that there is better news for GOT7 fans, though, who can expect new material from the boy band sometime in June.

Indeed, 2PM members have been in great demand recently, meaning they seemingly have little time for music projects. Taecyeon is currently starring in KBS drama “Wonderful Days,” while Wooyoung is taking part in MBC reality show “We Got Married,” along with actress Park Se Young. Junho, meanwhile, is working on a movie project.

Fellow JYP act GOT7 will push ahead with their comeback, after wowing K-pop fans with their debut EP, “Got It?” released in January this year.