2AM may return to the K-pop scene after seven years.
According to Herald POP, 2AM is positively discussing their reunion.
2AM (Jo Kwon, Lee Changmin, Lim Seulong, and Jeong Jinwoon) debuted in 2008 with their debut single This Song. Since then, they became the top boy ballad group with hit songs like “A Friend’s Confession,” “Can’t Let You Go Even If I Die,” “I Was Wrong,” and “One Spring Day.”
The group won the Rookie Award at the Asia Song Festival and was named in the 20 Most Fluential Stars at the 2010 MNET 20’s Choice. Of course, this wasn’t the end of their accomplishment. They won Mnet Asian Music Awards’ Best Vocal Performance (Group); Golden Disc Awards’ Digital Daesang; Seoul Music Awards’ Bonsang and R&B Ballad Award.
In 2015, the four members parted ways when their contract ended, and it looked like they were taking the steps of disbandment. However, Jo Kwon denied the rumor of disbandment at the time through his Instagram.
Jo once again stressed that 2AM is still together during the press conference for his 2018 single Lonely. “All four of us have met up. We are now working in our respective agencies, but we can come together as 2AM anytime we want. We have specified this term in our contract, so there are no legal problems,” he said.
He then emphasized, “I want to stress that we are not disbanding. We don’t have a feud either. If we reunite later in our lives, I’m sure we will be singing a song that talks about the men who have tasted the bitterness of life.”
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