SEOUL, June 26 (Yonhap) — K-pop diva Lee Hyo-ri will pre-release a new song from her upcoming comeback album this week, her agency said Monday.
Kiwi Media Group, which represents the former girl group FIN.K.L member, announced on its social media that Lee will pre-release “Seoul” on Wednesday. The rest of the album is scheduled to come out July 4.
A teaser image shows Lee’s face covered by a turtle neck sweater with the song’s title.
The former sexy dance icon collaborated with composer Kim Do-hyun for her self-produced album, a follow-up to her fifth full-length album “Monochrome” out in May 2013. Singer-songwriter Lee Juck and several hip-hop artists with Psychedelic Records, a label owned by Kiwi Media, have also chipped in the production.
The new album will include a number of songs written and composed by the singer, according to the agency.
Lee — who resettled on Jeju Island to live in relative seclusion after marrying guitarist Lee Sang-soon in 2013 — signed with Kiwi Media Group late last year and has been busy producing her new album.