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IZ*ONE confirms Korean comeback this November

WIZ*ONEs get ready for another comeback!

IZ*ONE at KCON Thailand.

Off the Record Entertainment confirmed that girl group IZ*ONE is getting ready for their comeback this November on October 14.

While there are no exact date specified, IZ*ONE had a great time with their fans from their recent performances on ‘KCON 2019’ in Thailand, as well as touring some Asian countries with their ‘Eyes On Me’ tour.

Photo: IZ*ONE

This will be the girl group’s Korean comeback after their mini album ‘HEART*IZ’ that was released last April with their title track ‘Violeta’.

The project girl group from Mnet’s Produce 48 quickly rose to fame due to its powerful and award-winning tracks, such as La Vie en Rose with their debut mini album COLOR*IZ, and also Violeta from HEART*IZ that also smashed records on charts not only in South Korea but also worldwide. The group is also concurrently promoting in Japan with tracks such as ‘Buenos Aires’ and ‘Vampire’. –

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