Singer Taeyeon will make her solo comeback this December.
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According to XportsNews on November 20, Taeyeon will make her comeback to the K-Pop world with a new solo album in December.
Her agency, SM Entertainment, later officially confirmed the news, saying, "Taeyeon is preparing a new album with the aim of releasing it in December. Please look forward to it."
Taeyeon has been loved by many domestic and foreign music fans as a member of SNSD (Girls' Generation) and as a solo musician. Earlier this year, Taeyeon released her second full-length repackaged album 'Purpose', the single "Happy" and her Japanese second mini-album '#GirlsSpkOut', continuing her music career steadily. In addition, she lent her voice for Yoon Jong Shin's 'Haengbo 2019', SBS drama 'Do You Like Brahms?' OST, Crush's new song 'Let Go' and Lee Seung Chul's 35th anniversary special duet 'My Love', showing an indispensable presence in the K-Pop industry.
The next comeback will be Taeyeon's first solo album in seven months, since 'Happy' released in May. Attention is focusing on what kind of music Taeyeon will deliver to the audience, as she has shown her "trustworthy" power by boasting a variety of musical colors through various projects, collaborations and featuring works.
As Taeyeon has been showing off her potential as a music queen by shaking up the music charts with every song she releases, expectations are high for her comeback this December.