Idol group SHINee will be releasing their second mini-album entitled “Romeo” on May 25th, the anniversary of their debut.
SM Entertainment said, “Originally, the album was supposed be released on the 21st, but due to Onew’s injury, we had no choice but to push back the date. In the end, we decided to release it on SHINee’s first anniversary.”
On the night of the 19th, Onew was injured on the stairs that were located in front of SHINee’s dorm. The doctor has said, “The front teeth were dislocated and would require 1-2 weeks of treatment.” The company has acted accordingly to the doctor’s recommendation that the comeback should be pushed back until Onew gets better.
In order to appease the waiting fans, SM released a preview of “Please, Don’t Go” on SHINee’s official website. Onew and Jonghyun’s perfect harmonizations in the song were well received by the fans.
SHINee also spoke about their feelings, “Time has passed by very quickly, and it’s already been one year since our debut. We are extremely thankful to our supportive fans. Although it is unfortunate that we have to push back our comeback schedule, we are still happy that everyone can listen to our new album. We will show an even more handsome stage to everyone, so please wait a little while longer.”
SHINee’s second mini-album, featuring “Juliette” and 5 more songs, will be released on the 25th.