On January 29th, the original trio of SeeYa met with reporters from Sports Today before their final performance on "Inkigayo", and left some words of hope for their fans. "We don't believe that this album is our 'last.' So many things have happened in this group called SeeYa, but we've always had our loyal and supportive fans. It's our last album, so we're very apologetic towards them, but should the opportunity arise, we'd like to release another album under the 'SeeYa' name again." The group is responsible for countless hits such as their 2006 debut ballad, "Woman's Scent," followed by "Love's Greeting," "Shall We Get Married," "Sad Footsteps," and "Hot Girl." After Nam Gyuri's leave, they brought in Lee Soomi and promoted "His Voice" until she left to join idol group Co-Ed. Since then, they've promoted as a two-member group until their disbandment announcement earlier this month. They continued, "We did say that this is our last, but we truly hope that we can meet everyone again, just like the name of our album, 'See You Again.'" Concluding the interview, SeeYa burst into tears with a final message for their fans: "We'll be standing before you with a more mature image. Of course, we aren't sure whether we'll be standing under the name of SeeYa again, but please believe in us and wait. We promise to stand before you with better music again. Thank you so much for giving us your love." SeeYa will be formally disbanding on today's episode of SBS's "Inkigayo." Source+ Photos: Asia Economy via Daum
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Posted by Sunday, January 30, 2011
SeeYa says goodbye to their fans with a drop of hope
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