Boyfriend, who recently revealed their 1st full length album 'Janus' online, has postponed the offline release date for their album as 30,000 copies had to be discarded.
The reason was explained by Starship Entertainment, who revealed, "Although Boyfriend's official album 'Janus' was scheduled to be released simultaneously online and offline, due to problems with the packaging, 30,000 copies had to be discarded. The album release has therefore been postponed to November 13th. It was a decision that had to be made to present the best quality album. We are sorry to all the fans who have been waiting."
In related news, "Janus" has been met with positive response from fans as the boys showcase their new transformed image through their powerful music video and choreography, and ranked in the top 10 of music sites like Bugs, where it claimed #5 on the real time chart.
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