Legendary boy band Shinhwa have revealed a secret for the New Year - they're planning a new album and tour!
The boys shared their greetings through a December 30 video on their official fan channel.
In the one minute clip, the six members, humbly dressed in traditional Korean clothing, announced that a new album and concert would be in the works this year.
"March 2013 will mark Shinhwa's 15th anniversary," their agency, Shinhwa Company, released in a statement.
During their recent 14th anniversary concert, the group promised to have a new live show and album the following year. "On March 24, 2013, we’re going to release our 11th album and hold a concert on the same day," Andy, 31, announced.
Added Shin Hye-Sung, 33: "We want to be doing this until we are old. I couldn't think of anything better than being with these guys."
Sources confirm that the group are currently working on the concept for the album and individual songs.
Shinhwa released "The Return" on March 23 and actively promoted the single "Venus". It was the first project the group released since their 2008 album, "Volume 9".
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