Chungha Plans To Make Comeback In March After Joining More Vision

Chungha is returning to the music race, starting anew after moving to Jay Park’s music label More Vision

According to Edaily’s report on February 26th, Chungha’s comeback has been scheduled. The female singer is preparing to release new songs with the goal of making a comeback in March.

If Chungha releases her new songs as planned, it will be her first comeback after a long hiatus of one year and five months. The last album that she released was “Bare&Rare Pt.1” in July 2022. Later in October of the same year, she collaborated with Danish musician Christopher in the song “When I Get Old” and has not released any new music since then.


During her hiatus, Chungha moved to a new company. Leaving MHN Entertainment, the company that had accompanied Chungha since her debut, she signed an exclusive contract with More Vision in October last year. More Vision is the music label led by singer Jay Park. As such, her upcoming comeback aroused more attention as it would be her first music release under More Vision.

Meanwhile, Chungha made her debut in the music industry as a member of I.O.I, the project group formed through Mnet’s survival show “Produce 101” in 2016. After the group disbanded, she continued her activities as a solo singer and has released several hit songs, such as “Roller Coaster”, “Gotta Go”, “Why Don’t You Know” and “Snapping”.

Source: Daum

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