Ladies’ Code set to comeback next month after deadly crash

January 24, 2016
Ladies' Code (Courtesy of Polaris Entertainment)

Ladies’ Code (Courtesy of Polaris Entertainment)

K-pop band Ladies’ Code, who lost two members in a deadly car accident in 2014, will release a new album next month.

Koh Eun-bi, who went by the stage name EunB, and Kwon Ri-se, died in the crash in September 2014.

Three members _ Sojung, Ashley and Zuny _ have been working on the new album and will make a comeback at the end of February, Polaris Entertainment said Sunday. It said it will not recruit new members.

The band debuted in 2013 with the mini album “Code#01.” Its ballad “I’m Fine Thank You” topped the charts _ Melon, Naver and Mnet _ a week after the accident.

The late Kwon Ri-se, left, and EunB from Ladies' Code.

The late Kwon Ri-se, left, and EunB from Ladies’ Code.



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