Red Velvet set to release Korean version of Japanese single ‘Sayonara’

March 7, 2019

 K-pop girl band Red Velvet will release this week a Korean version of their recent digital single, “Sayonara,” initially issued in Japanese last month, the band’s management agency said Thursday.

The single was first released in Japan on Feb. 20 as a winter song that sentimentally recalls memories and happiness from a past love.

The band will release the Korean-language version of the song on Friday at 12 p.m. through online music stores, including Melon and Genie, according to SM Entertainment.

The February song release followed Red Velvet’s successful tour of Japanese cities the previous month, including Fukuoka and Kobe.

Last month, the band also toured seven North American cities, selling out all their concerts there.

This image of Red Velvet is provided by SM Entertainment. (Yonhap)

This image of Red Velvet is provided by SM Entertainment. (Yonhap)

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