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Hyorin Goes Solo
The leader of the four-member K-pop girl band SISTAR will make her debut as a soloist with a full-length album to be released on Nov. 26. Hyorin made that announcement Wednesday in releasing some teaser photos for the new album through her Twitter account. The photos were taken in London.
“Hyorin has been preparing for her solo debut since last year,” Starship Entertainment said in a statement. Making her debut in 2010 as leader and vocalist of SISTAR, Hyorin has gained popularity thanks to her powerful voice and dance moves.