(G)I-dle members talk about break-ups, new K-pop album I Burn, and how it reflects their musical and emotional growth

//(G)I-dle members talk about break-ups, new K-pop album I Burn, and how it reflects their musical and emotional growth

(G)I-dle members talk about break-ups, new K-pop album I Burn, and how it reflects their musical and emotional growth

“Fireworks,” explains Soyeon. “Hope,” adds Miyeon. “Recover,” says Yuqi. To Shuhua: “Salt”. Minnie says it’s “Our youth”. Soojin concludes that it’s “wind”. These are words the six members of (G)I-dle use to describe their new album I Burn.Late at night in Seoul on Shuhua’s 21st birthday, amid a snowstorm that made Soyeon late, the six women were prepping for their return with their first Korean album since last April’s I Trust.I Burn, which dropped on Monday, picks up (G)I-dle’s lyrical…

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