The release date for K-pop group SHINee’s new mini-album has been put off by three days to October 22, according to their agency on Monday.
“We found problems to several songs on the albums so we had to recall every copy to make new ones,” SM Entertainment said in a press release. The albums were set to go on sale today.
SM added that however, the digital versions to all six tracks listed in “2009, Year of Us” were released on online music sites including Melon and Dosirak.
“Ring Ding Dong,” the title song to SHINee’s third mini-album revealed earlier last week, has been receiving favorable response — topping the online charts of music websites Mnet and Dosirak over the weekend.
SHINee, one of the most popular idol groups in Korea, has had several K-pop hits, most notably their debut single “Older Girl, You’re So Pretty” and the recent chart topper “Juliette” from their previous mini-album released in May.