Hyolyn to drop new single next week
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SEOUL, April 17 (Yonhap) -- Hyolyn of the now-disbanded girl group Sistar will release a digital single called "Dally" next week, her management agency said Tuesday.
According to Bridge, "Dally," set to be out Monday, is the second of her three singles series titled "Set up Time."
The song focused on its dynamic and sensual choreography, different from the "To Do List," the first installment released in February, which puts Hyolyn's vocals in the forefront.
"Dally," especially adopted "high heel dance" moves, which has recently caused a craze in the United States.
"She will present a different stage performance, not just dancing in high-heeled shoes," the agency said.
The 27-year-old established the one-person management agency Bridge since the disbandment of the group in June last year. She has since participated in the soundtrack to TV series like KBS 2TV's "Black Knight" and MBC TV's "Money Flower," and has prepared to work as a solo artist.
This photo released by Bridge is a promotional image for Hyolyn's new single "Dally." (Yonhap)