Girl group C-Real will return with their mini album.
On March 6, C-Real’s agency, NAP Entertainment, said that the group will release their second mini album Love Diary on March 7 at midnight.
Since the average age of the group members is 17, the K-pop representative girls will describe their hopes and expectations about their ideal love through their title song “Joma Joma.”
The song, which features the emotional feelings of a girl, is written by popular songwriters PJ, who has penned songs for IU and Japanese idol group AKB48, and Han Sang Won, who has also written songs for IU, KARA, and SS501.
A spokesperson for the agency says, “Producer Choi Gap Won wrote the cute and lovely lyrics for the group. The song will describe a girl’s love fantasy.”
Besides “Joma Joma,” the album includes 6 songs, including the pop ballad “Do you like me? Do you love me?” which describes each member’s unique charms, the dance song “I like you,” which samples sounds from a vintage game machine, and “Like a Bad Girl,” which features the members’ interest in the R & B genre.
C-Real will release their mini album on March 7 and appear on Mnet’s M Countdown on March 8.