K-Pop continues to deliver outstanding concepts time and time again – now soloist Kwon EunBi is attracting attention from the masses with the unique reveal of her underwater album shoot.
Originally a part of and leader of IZ:ONE, a South Korean–Japanese girl group formed through the Mnet reality competition show ‘Produce 48’, on August 5, 2021, Woollim Entertainment announced that Kwon EunBi was preparing to debut as a solo artist and would release her debut album and track ‘Door’ at the end of the month. The stellar performance left fans craving more after her debut made her a fierce soloist in K-Pop.
Now, Kwon EunBi confirmed a comeback on April 4th with the new album ‘Color’ and the theme includes Kwon EunBi a palette of colors that portray an alluring and elegant “Spring Goddess” according to her and Woolim.
On the midnight of March 21st, her management, Woollim Entertainment, released Kwon EunBi’s 2nd mini-album ‘Color’ palette through their SNS channels, which surprised and delighted fans awaiting her.
In the released palette film, Kwon EunBi wore a pure white dress and a flower crown, showing off her Spring goddess-like figure. The dreamy mood of the video created a mysterious atmosphere that offers reminisces of a being a movie in itself.
Kwon EunBi’s alluring charms that and transparent even from the water attract the eyes of the viewers and raise curiosity about this album’s natural concept.
‘Color’ is Kwon EunBi’s first release in seven months. However, despite the long wait, it didn’t stop her from entering Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart with her debut album ‘OPEN’ and she charted on iTunes Top K-Pop Album Chart in 17 countries. She will further strengthen her potential as a solo artist with the new album ‘Color’ which features more of her musical growth.
What do you think of Kwon EunBi’s new concept and beautiful descriptions of her return? Don’t forget to mark your calendars and stay tuned for more updates!
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