Having returned with a strong new comeback track titled "Power", the boys of B.A.P. have been making their rounds on the first week of comeback stages.
After 'Music Core', leader Bang Yong Guk sat down with reporters to share his thoughts on the group's comeback.
Bang Yong Guk began, "It's not something we've been preparing for a long time for, but we did work really hard to show improvement for our fans. This album is extremely meaningful for us in that way."
He continued, "Compared to our debut track, 'Warrior', our choreography has gotten a lot more fierce. We probably rehearsed longer for 'Power' than 'Warrior' since there were a lot of complex, detailed moves we had to pay attention to. And since the choreography gets violent at times, the members would bump into each other often. It hurt a lot, but it was really fun."
Concluding the interview, he stated, "We've returned with a message more positive than 'Warrior' so we hope 'Power' receives a lot of love. I'm curious as to how our fans will receive the song. I'll continue to promote with both fun and anticipation."
Source + Photos: Herald News via Naver