HIGHLIGHT Confirms New Mini Album — Release Date Revealed

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HIGHLIGHT personally delivered its comeback date during its most recent concert in Seoul.

This year has been a fruitful one for HIGHLIGHT as the K-pop idol group previously came back with the full album, Daydream. It marked its first comeback after all four members completed their mandatory military service.

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Months after the album was released, HIGHLIGHT is gearing up to offer new music to fans.

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HIGHLIGHT To Return With Mini Album in November 2022

On HIGHLIGHT’s social media accounts, the idol group confirmed the upcoming arrival of its fourth mini album, After Sunset. It shared the news alongside a comeback trailer shared on YouTube.

After Sunset will become its new music eight months after dropping Daydream in March, and fans will be able to listen to it on music streaming services starting on November 7 at 6:00 p.m. KST.

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The four current members — Yoon Du Joon, Yang Yo Seop, Lee Gi Kwang, and Son Dong Woon — will appear in the new project.

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The announcement came days after HIGHLIGHT told the attendees of the 2022 Highlight Fan-Con (Fanmeeting-Concert) at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul regarding its return. The group held the concert to mark its 13th debut anniversary, and the members performed 14 songs during the event, like Daydream, Play, Hey Yeah, Not the End, WAVE, Our Eyes, Seven Wonders, Whatever, It’s a beautiful night, Lovely Day, Surf, Classic, More Than You Think, and Don’t Leave.

“It was a very meaningful time to be able to spend our 13th anniversary with fans. We sincerely thank fans who have supported BEAST and Highlight so far. We will try our best to show new and great sides of Highlight. Please continue to support us!” the members said.

Former HIGHLIGHT Member Yong Jun Hyung Will Also Return

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Aside from the group, its former member Yong Jun Hyung will also return after his four-year hiatus due to his involvement in drug and sex crimes in the Burning Sun scandal.

The issue, which also put former BIGBANG member Seungri in Limbo, revealed several idols and business people who became part of different crimes.

Yong Jun Hyung left his group after he admitted that he received and watched NSFW clips that influential people in the Burning Sun illegally took.

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