IZ*ONE is competing in good faith Kwon Eun-bi, Lee Chae-yeon, Le Seraphim, Jo Yuri…
Kwon Eun-bi, Lee Chae-yeon, Sakura, Kim Chae-won and Cho Yu-ri from IZ*ONE are competing in good faith. They are active in solo singers and groups, shining their own colors.
IZ*ONE (Kwon Eun-bi, Sakura, Kang Hye-won, Choi Ye-na, Lee Chae-yeon, Kim Chae-won, Kim Min-ju, Yabuki Nako, Honda Hitomi, Jo Yu-ri, Ahn Yu-jin, and Jang Won-young) are a project group that debuted through Mnet’s “Produce 48.” IZ*ONE, which debuted on October 15, 2018, disbanded in April last year after two and a half years.
IZ*ONE members, who have walked their own paths, are continuing their activities as solo singers or groups. Recently, they have been competing in good faith by giving synergy to each other while making a comeback at the same time.
Kwon Eun-bi and Lee Chae-yeon made their comeback and debut on the same day on the 12th. Kwon Eun-bi, who is being reborn as a “complete solo,” has made a comeback with her third mini-album “Lethality.” “Ritality” is an album full of Kwon Eun-bi’s fatal charm, and you can fully feel Kwon Eun-bi’s unique elegant and unrivaled musical color and her musical ability to grow one step further.
Upon her comeback, Kwon Eun-bi recorded the top 10 in 15 countries and regions overseas on the iTunes top K-pop album chart (as of 10 a.m. on the 13th) with “Litality.” In addition, it ranked 1st in Bahrain, 2nd in Mexico, Latvia, Japan, 3rd in Germany, Russia, and Canada, 4th in Singapore, Indonesia, the United States, 5th in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Turkey, and 7th in the United Kingdom.
Lee Chae-yeon, the last member of IZ*ONE to debut, showed a rediscovery of vocal as well as performance. Lee Chae-yeon’s first mini-album “HUSH RUSH” is Lee Chae-yeon’s debut album, which has shown endless possibilities with various activities, and contains the growth of Lee Chae-yeon, who has been reborn as an unrivaled all-round solo artist. The title song “HUSH RUSH” is a combination of addictive bass and delicate and dynamic vocals.
The debut is a success. Lee Chae-yeon’s first mini-album “HUSH RUSH” music video surpassed 10 million views (around 9 p.m. on the 16th), and immediately after its release, it succeeded in entering the latest and Bugs real-time charts within a week of the release of Melon and Genie.
The group Le Seraphim, which includes Kim Chae-won and Sakura, made a comeback on the 17th. The second mini-album “ANTIFRAGILE” is an album with the message that the more you face the ordeal, the more you will grow and become stronger. Like their debut album, the five members present music that melts their experiences and thoughts, and tell stories that only Le Seraphim can tell.
Le Seraphim, who made a comeback in five months, is also performing well in the music market at home and abroad. Shortly after its release, “ANTIFRAGILE” entered the top 100 on the Melon real-time chart at 7 p.m. on the 17th and reached its highest score of 5th at 11 p.m. on the 18th. In addition, it first appeared at 6th place on the Bugs real-time chart at 7 p.m. on the 17th, rose to 2nd place just after 8 p.m., and has maintained its ranking until now at 10 a.m. on the 19th. 안전놀이터
In addition, the second mini-album “ANTIFRAGILE” topped the Oricon daily album rankings on the 17th, recording 36,812 sales in Japan on the first day of its release. On the 17th, it entered the Japanese Line Music daily chart at 17th place, and on the 18th, it rose to 8th place on the chart, quickly settling in the top 10.
Jo Yu-ri will also join the comeback lineup. Cho Yu-ri will release her second single album “Op.22 Y-Waltz: in Minor” on various online music sites at 6 p.m. on the 24th. “Op.22 Y-Waltz: in Minor” is the second story of “Jo Yu-ri 2022 Dance House” and is an album that began with “Love for Me.” Cho Yu-ri is expected to show the true value of an all-rounder who has grown further through this album, which contains various genres such as the title song “Loveable,” “Blank,” and “Favorite Part.”