Group SHINee will make a quick comeback in April by releasing a repackaged album and continue their hard-working career.
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According to multiple K-Pop officials on March 24, SHINee will release a repackaged album of their 7th full-length album 'Don't Call Me' in April and continue their promotion activities.
SHINee, who returned as a 4-member group after completing their military "white flag", released 'Don't Call Me' on February 22 and showed off their still-powerful influence.
At that time, the album swept the charts in South Korea, winning 6 music broadcasts, taking the #1 spot of iTunes Top Albums Chart in 47 regions around the world, dominating the No. 1 place of Oricon Weekly Digital Albums Chart in Japan, as well as No. 1 in digital album sales charts of Chinese QQ Music and Kuwo Music.
During their seventh album activities, the 13-year-old group also drew attention by appearing on various entertainment programs such as MBC 'I Live Alone', tvN 'Amazing Saturday', and JTBC 'Knowing Bros'.
SHINee is also scheduled to meet fans around the world with their first online concert 'Beyond LIVE – SHINee: SHINee WORLD' at 3 PM KST on April 4.