Update: Hyorin Unveils New Teaser Clip For “To Do List”
Updated February 4 KST:
Hyorin has released a new teaser clip for “To Do List,” the first of her three upcoming singles!
The video offers fans a behind-the-scenes look at Hyorin in the recording studio, preparing to record her new song with the help of her vocal trainer.
Check it out below!
Updated February 1 KST:
Hyorin has revealed a teaser clip for her upcoming single!
The clip features Hyorin being interviewed, and also a preview of her new song.
Watch it below!
Updated January 29 KST:
Hyorin has shared a teaser image for her new release!
The photo features Hyorin with her face partially covered by a piece of paper.
Updated January 26 KST:
Hyorin’s comeback is only the beginning!
Her agency bridʒ (bridge) announced, “Beginning with Hyorin’s new release on February 6, we are planning on a three-part single project, where three singles will be released gradually. ‘SET UP TIME’ is the name of the three-part project, and each single’s release will be revealed through a fitting moving teaser.”
Hyorin is gearing up for her comeback to the music industry.
On January 25, Hyorin uploaded a photo of a post-it with the caption, “To do list…February 6.”
On the post-it, there are three things listed. The first two items “sending you away” and “getting over you” are checked off, while “breaking up” is the last item listed without a check next to it.
She also uploaded a clip of a countdown timer with 24 hours on the clock. It says “#1 To Do List” on the right-hand corner which is similar to the post-it image and may be the name of her new single.
She added many hashtags including, “I want to hurry up and let you listen to it” showing her excitement for her comeback. The digital single will be released on February 6 at 6 p.m.
— 효린_Hyolyn (@officialhyolyn_) January 25, 2018
It was previously announced that Hyorin will be releasing a new digital single on February 6. This will be Hyorin’s first solo release since leaving Starship Entertainment and setting up her own agency called bridʒ.