Singer and actor Eric Mun will be putting his acting promotions on temporary hold in order to focus on his Shinhwa comeback.
Eric and his other Shinhwa members are busy preparing for their comeback in March, when they will unveil their 10th full-length album.
After filming his hit drama series ‘Spy Myungwol‘ that came to an end last September, Eric has been receiving love calls from multiple representatives working on various projects.
But because Shinhwa’s next album is the first to be released in over 3 years and eight months along with it being released on Shinhwa’s 14th anniversary, Eric has decided to put acting on hold and focus wholeheartedly on Shinhwa’s comeback.
He would like to go ‘all in’ preparing for the group’s album, as well as put on performances and meet with his fans.
His representatives stated, “It isn’t just Eric. All the Shinhwa members have a more genuine and serious attitude about this album than ever before. They may be the longest running boy group with 14 years of being in the industry, but they have the hearts of rookies preparing for their debut.”
According to this same representative, the boys hold weekly meetings and have brainstorming sessions to come up with new ideas for the album. They have received a number of songs from producers and are working really hard. The boys will also be embarking on their Asia Tour after they make their first comeback performance on March 24th, so they are also holding dance rehearsal sessions to perfect their moves.
Shinhwa will be holding their album jack photo shoot in February and also film their MV, and it looks like they’ll be more than ready to make their comeback in March.
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