SNSD Comeback Set for October, Final Schedule Depends on Sooyoung’s Recovery
SNSD will definitely be making their Korean comeback in October, but the exact date is yet to be confirmed, according to a statement recently released by SNSD’s agency, SM Entertainment. Local news agencies further reported that the album, as well as discussions for its release is in its final stages.
The only reason the final schedule is not definite is in consideration of Sooyoung’s physical condition after being in a car accident in late August. She is currently recovering from injuries to her spine, and was forced to miss performances in “SM Town in Tokyo” and the Taiwan leg of the Girls’ Asian tour.
The new album features work by American composer Teddy Riley, who had previously produced tracks for the late Michael Jackson.
Meanwhile, some SNSD members are set to embark on individual projects. Tiffany will make her musical debut in the upcoming staging of “Fame.” YoonA has just been confirmed to star with Jang Geun Suk in the drama “Love Rain.” Seohyun will join Kim Hyun Joong in a campaign to endorse The Face Shop.