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[Video] Winner Revs Up for Comeback with Teaser Film

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2016.01.05 12:29 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Hejin Kang

Winner surprised fans by releasing a comeback teaser film, officially launching their comeback.

YG Entertainment released a teaser film on its official blog and Naver TV Cast, titled ′WINNER - 2016 PROJECT EXIT MOVEMENT,′ on January 5.

[Video] Winner Revs Up for Comeback with Teaser Film

The teaser has a dark and daunting, yet sensual feel that draws special attention. With the narration There′s no tomorrow anyway, the video captures the youthful spirit of the Winner members. Streets full of graffiti, the members dashing in the alley way, along with Song Min Ho′s passionate kiss scene make this short video look like a real movie.

The phrase ′Winner 2016 PROJECT EXIT MOVEMENT′ also appears in the video, inferring that not only is a new album on the way, there will be a one-year comeback project, instead of a short one-or-two month plan. They also heightened anticipation by announcing ′Project detail coming soon.′

The comeback marks Winner′s return after releasing debut album 2014 S/S in August 2014, and was hinted at with a teaser image containing a detailed comeback date with the text ′2016.01.11 NEW RELEASE.′

Winner attracted attention with the release of their first album 2014 S/S and title song Empty, which ranked number one on music charts, along with their other tracks ranking high on the daily, weekly and Gaon charts. What′s more is that they were the fastest group to win a number one trophy on all three major network music programs after their debut. They received an unprecedented amount of love and popularity as a rookie group and also swept up the Rookie of the Year awards at the year-end award ceremonies.

The details of Winner′s comeback will be released soon.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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