Korean pop singer Lee Hyori [Mnet Media]
Top Korean singer Lee Hyori is gearing up for a comeback to the K-pop music scene with her fourth album release next week, according to her agency Mnet Media.
Mnet on Monday unveiled a 30-second spot teaser video of the singer on Mnet.com and portal site Naver after having announced the previous day that Lee will be releasing a new record titled "H-Logic" on April 8.
Mnet had also released an image from her album on Sunday, seen donning a blonde-haired look with fashionable makeup, wardrobe and accessories.
Lee posted a message on her fan cafe earlier this month, explaining that the upcoming album is "full of the kind of music that I really like and wanted to make".
She will be revealing a complete version of one track and music video on April 1 and officially release all the songs from the new record a week later.
Lee, 30, debuted in 1998 as a member of popular girl band Fin.K.L. and went solo after the group disbanded in 2002. She has released three studio albums as a solo artist, producing several hits including "10 Minutes", "Hey Girl", "Get Ya" and "U-Go-Girl".
She has also branched out to acting, hosting and appearing on variety shows, most notably on the first season of SBS' "Family Outing".
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