WATCH: Red Velvet’s Seulgi stuns in solo debut ‘28 Reasons’ 


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WATCH: Red Velvet’s Seulgi stuns in solo debut ‘28 Reasons’ 

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MANILA, Philippines – Seulgi of K-pop girl group Red Velvet made her highly-anticipated solo debut on Tuesday, October 4, with the release of her first mini-album 28 Reasons. 

The title track, also called “28 Reasons,” is described as a pop dance track with groovy and heavy bass sounds and whistle effects. The music video not only highlights Seulgi’s vocal prowess, but also her artistry. 

“The music video draws out the self-conflict unfolding inside a dream. I show the good and bad conflicting with each other as I dream,” she said in a press conference, according to The Korea Herald.

WATCH: Red Velvet’s Seulgi stuns in solo debut ‘28 Reasons’ 

28 Reasons marks Seulgi’s first solo album. Throughout her eight year career, Seulgi has released K-drama OSTs, became part of a subunit with Red Velvet leader Irene, and participated in SM Entertainment’s project girl group Got the Beat. She thinks that now is the right time for her to pursue solo music. 

“I could confidently say that I’ve tried many different concepts, and I think it’s become my strength that I can now accept any new concept and have fun expressing it,” she said during the press conference.

Among the six tracks in the album, Seulgi was also credited as a lyricist for the song “Dead Man Runnin’.” 

Seulgi is the third Red Velvet member to release a solo album following Wendy and Joy, who both released solo albums in 2021. 

Since their debut in 2014, Red Velvet has released numerous hits such as “Red Flavor,” “Power Up,” “Bad Boy,” and “Psycho.” Their latest album, The Reve Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm, was released in March. – Rappler.com

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