Kara To Pre-Release “Runaway” Ahead of Comeback and Goes All Korean for Title Track
Girl group Kara will be making their long-awaited comeback in September and has released more details about their album, increasing the anticipation of fans.
Kara will be pre-releasing the track “Runaway” on August 21 before the full album availability in September. This is the first time that Kara has promoted an album in this manner, unveiling a track from a new album before the title song. “Runaway” is composed by Shim Eun Ji, and the song is described as a “medium tempo track that will show Kara’s transformed vocal skills.”
“I Can’t Become a Lady” (translated from the Korean ‘숙녀가 못 돼’)” is the title track of Kara’s upcoming fourth full-length album. This is the first time that Kara will be promoting a title track in Korea that doesn’t use English words in the name. Previously, the group promotoed “Rock U (락유),” “Pretty Girl (프리티 걸),” “Mister (미스터),” “Step (스텝),” and “Pandora (판도라),” which all were English words or phrases spelled out in Korean.
Who is excited for Kara’s comeback?