Anyone else miss iKon? Barring their 2019 Japanese compilation album “The New Kids” and the February 2020 EP “I Decide,” the last time we had a steady stream of iKon content was in 2018. If you’re an iKonic, you’re in luck: the boy group may be set to make their comeback next month.
Korean press Osen reported today that iKon is releasing a new album in early March and shooting a music video this week. Soompi followed this up with a confirmation of the MV filming from the band’s agency, YG Entertainment: “iKon will begin filming the music video for their new song this week.” The agency tempered everyone’s excitement a bit, however, by stating, “We will announce the date of the comeback later.”
If the album does come out in March, it’ll be released ahead of the group’s slated run on MNet’s “Kingdom,” where iKon will be battling out on stage against five other boy groups: BTOB, Ateez, Stray Kids, The Boys, and SF9.
Featured photo screengrabbed from “Goodbye Road MV“
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