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The longest-running mixed group made a comeback in 3 years, surprised the audience with a “marriage” announcement

SBS’s “Dolsing Fourmen,” which aired on August 30th, welcomed Kim Jong-min, Shin-ji, and Bbaek Ga, members of K-Pop’s longest-running mixed group Koyote debuted in 1998, as guests.

Koyote, who recently released their new song “GO” and made a full-fledged comeback in three years, impressed everyone by revealing that they have been promoting with the same line-up for 19 years.

Tak Jae-hoon drew laughter by saying, “So you guys are doing this ‘til the end of life?” Kim Joon-ho said, “We are a mixed group, so we won’t marry anyone.”

In response, Shin-ji said, “While preparing for this album, (the members) told me to think of it as the last album of Koyote. I’m going to get married and have children next year,” she said, surprising others.

Shin-ji then said bitterly, “Then they shot back, ‘Don’t make me laugh.'” Bbaek Ga immediately answered, “But you don’t have anyone yet…”

Tak Jae-hoon said, “Honestly, I think all the fans will be disappointed if Shin-ji gets married. I think you should just stay single,” he said, drawing laughter.

Koyote is the longest-running mixed group in Korea, debuted in 1998. They were loved by releasing numerous hit songs such as “Pure,” “Meeting,” “Love,” “Blue,” “Passion,” “Emergency,” “Bimong,” and “Stupid.”

Source: wikitree

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