Members of All Inner Circle (the name officially given to WINNER fans) cried tears of joy as the band's frontman shared a poster with the message "See Yoon Soon."
Last year, after YG Entertainment – which manages Kang Seung-yoon – revealed who was making a comeback, K-pop fans were distraught not to see Kang's name on the list, especially after the music agency had been promising a solo album since 2013. Fans even protested outside YG Entertainment's HQ.
Winner's Kang Seungyoon fans are angry... "There are more truck protests than album activity"— 송ᎮᏋAᏒᏝ이 Ꮤ (@pearl4minhoon) June 15, 2020
Abt the truck from this morning~ https://t.co/Fo7LuKOnSN
However, Kang cheered up his loyal following by sharing the news. Before releasing WINNER's first album in 2014, he released several singles in 2013 as a soloist. He also triumphed in South Korea's TV singing competition "The King of Mask Singer" in 2020 and was named "The First 6-Time Idol Champion," not to mention “The Youngest Champion.”
Either it is about his birthday or comeback teaser whatsover..IDC IM FREAKING EXCITED FOR KANG SEUNG YOON💙💙💙💙#SEE_YOON_SOON #SEE_YOON_SOON#SEE_YOON_SOON#SEE_YOON_SOON#SEE_YOON_SOON#KangSeungYoon#강승윤 @official_yoon_— ㄱ ㄱ ㅅ ㅇ (@eika_zhuee96) January 20, 2021
Finally, Kang Seung Yoon solo album is coming 💙.— dee (@soundofw) January 18, 2021
Can't wait!!! So happy for you love @official_yoon_ 💙💙💙💙
Kang seung yoon solo first full album is coming. All by himself. Yes kingggggggg 😭😭😭 when bubucirit should used these pictures i think more pictures but choosed the bad one, like herself lol pic.twitter.com/6A6dSLBzOw— ⚡️ (@lightningmisa) January 18, 2021