Kim Yoo Jung, Park Bo Gum Surprises B1A4's Jinyoung; 'Moonlight Drawn By Clouds' Lead Casts Support Boy Group Comeback
Jingyoung's B1A4 is reported to make a big comeback in a few days. With this, the "Moonlight Drawn by Clouds" lead casts reunited to show support.
On November 26, Jinyoung uploaded a photo of himself with his former cast members. Park Bo Gum, Kim Yoo Jung, and Kwak Dong Yeon paid Jinyoung a surprise visit at B1A4's practice room. The actors came to show their friend support for his upcoming group comeback.
This lead to fans' conclusion that despite the "Moonlight Drawn by Clouds" ended, the lead cast members is continuing to go strong on their friendship.
Meanwhile, B1A4 will have a comeback with their third studio album on Nov. 28. The title track would be a winter-themed dance track produced by B1A4 leader, Jinyoung. Aside from the comeback, the group is planning to hold a concert in February 2017.
According to Soompi, a source recently revealed that the group has already done filming their music video in Jeju Island. They have finished recording all of the songs as well. This will be B1A4 comeback after more than a year since their sixth mini album, "Sweet Girl" and two years and 10 months since their last studio album "Who Am I."
Moreover, B1A4 has dropped more gorgeous individual teasers for each of the members.
On November 21 at midnight KST, the boy group unveiled the first teaser photo for their third studio album. The Twitter post also revealed that the album would be titled "Good Timing" and feature the title track "It's a Lie" (literal translation). "It's a Lie" is produced by member Jinyoung and is said to be a dance track.
In October, the group reportedly signed a new contract with Universal Music in Japan and WM Entertainment said the group will be expanding their promotions in the said country.
"B1A4 is a talented group with self-producing capabilities, so we judged the hidden potential and marketability of each of the individual members highly and decided to sign on with them for their Japanese promotions. We plan to support their album releases and management within Japan directly," the agency said.