Lee Hyori returns to Korean music scene years after plagiarism controversy

SEOUL: Korean singer Lee Hyori's management company B2M Entertainment announced on Tuesday that Lee is in the midst of preparations for her new album, which will be released later this year, reported Korean media.

"She is now selecting songs and will start recording the tracks for the album once they have been confirmed," said a spokesperson.

Lee's upcoming album will be her first since her 2010 offering "H-Logic", which was mired in controversy following allegations of plagiarism.
The "H-Logic" scandal had resulted in Lee calling off all promotional activities for the album and suspending her singing career after the album's release, though she continued to appear in advertisements and occasionally hosted television programmes.
Lee, who is currently dating Korean singer-songwriter Lee Sang Soon, was the leader of now-defunct 90s K-pop girl group Fin.K.L before going solo and releasing her debut single "10 Minute" in 2003.


Source: Channel News Asia

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