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Wonder Girls Say They Didn′t Think Much of Breakup Rumors

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2015.08.03 17:53 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin

The Wonder Girls members shared their thoughts on recent breakup rumors, saying "We didn′t think much of it."

Wonder Girls held a comeback showcase for third full-length album Reboot at the Hyundai Card Understage in Seoul′s Yongsan-gu on August 3, where they opened up about breakup rumors.

Yubin said, "Wonder Girls breakup rumors have been talked about a lot in articles and by other people, but the four of us lived together. Because we talk to Sohee and Sunye all the time, we didn′t really feel it. We didn′t think much of it."

On the group′s time off, Yubin said "First, playing the drums is fun, so I spent the time just playing the drums. I barely watched TV, and just stayed in the basement. When it came to composing, I studied in order to make the album. I was busy learning how to play instruments and studying composing."

Wonder Girls Say They Didn′t Think Much of Breakup Rumors

Meanwhile, Wonder Girls returned after three years on August 3 with the release of Reboot at noon. Lead single I Feel You topped eight music charts, including MelOn, Mnet, Bugs, Olleh Music, Soribada, Genie, Naver and Monkey3, within two hours of its release.

The Wonder Girls members composed and wrote the lyrics to all of the songs in the album with the exception of the lead single, showing off their talents as singer-songwriters. Wonder Girls′ new album is a reinterpretation of ′80s genres, including freestyle, retro pop and slow jams. Park Jin Young composed and wrote the lyrics to I Feel You. It is inspired by the freestyle music that came out of the Latin American community in New York in the ′80s, featuring synth instruments and a syncopated base rhythm.

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