ZEROBASEONE Announces Comeback in May Following Controversy

Amidst recent controversies surrounding member Kim Ji-woong, K-pop sensation ZEROBASEONE (ZB1) is set to make a highly-anticipated comeback in May, as announced by industry insiders on March 31st. With preparations well underway, fans can look forward to experiencing ZB1’s musical growth and evolution in their forthcoming album.

Since their debut in July of the previous year, ZB1 has swiftly captured the hearts of audiences, both domestically and internationally. Notably, the group’s debut single in Japan soared to the top of the Oricon Weekly Singles chart, selling an impressive 302,000 copies—a testament to their burgeoning popularity in the Japanese music market.

ZEROBASEONE (Credits: WakeOne)

Back home in Korea, ZB1’s debut album, released in July, and subsequent album in November have collectively surpassed the one million sales mark, solidifying the group’s position as a powerhouse in the K-pop industry. Their remarkable achievements include clinching 15 trophies, including nine Rookie of the Year awards, and establishing themselves as pivotal figures in the “5th generation K-pop” movement.

Despite recent challenges, such as member Kim Ji-woong’s involvement in a cursing controversy during a fan call event, ZB1 remains undeterred, maintaining its focus on delivering music and performances to its dedicated fanbase. As the group gears up for their highly-anticipated comeback, anticipation among fans continues to mount, eager to witness ZB1’s continued ascent to stardom.

ZEROBASEONE (Credits: WakeOne)

With their comeback slated for May, ZB1’s return promises to be a defining moment in their musical journey, offering fans an insight into their artistic evolution and growth. As the group prepares to unleash their latest musical offering, they are poised to reaffirm their status as trailblazers in the ever-evolving landscape of K-pop.