Looks like Se7en will go back to the US after all! After it was revealed that the YG Entertainment solo artist was preparing for his Korean comeback at G-Dragon‘s concert, some wondered whether he gave up on the American market.
Regarding this issue, a representative of YG Entertainment stated:
Although Se7en released his US debut single Girls, it is not right to say that he had a proper debut with activities. Se7en is sorry to all his fans. He is thinking to payback with his great music and stage through his Korean comeback. … For a new start [at the US market], Se7en recently visited major music label companies throughout the week and came back. Because of the positive discussions he had, you can expect good news. … In Se7en’s Korea/US/Japan projects, we are not only working on his musical releases, but we are working on various other fields.
In 2010, Se7en will be preparing for projects throughout Korea, US and Japan. He is looking for a fresh new start with his new management, which will organize his American and Japan activities as his previous management’s contract expired. YGE is currently holding discussions with 10 major music label companies to pick one of them to collaborate with.