The Truth Behind SF9 Comeback Coded Image Teaser


The Truth Behind SF9 Comeback Coded Image Teaser

The Truth Behind SF9 Comeback Coded Image Teaser

It was just reported recently that SF9 is up for a comeback. And with it is their recently released coded image teaser which up until now sparks the curiosity of its fans. But despite all of the hype and the needed details to keep up with the media exposure of the boy group’s comeback, their management company, FNC Entertainment, still hasn’t made any official confirmation regarding the teaser. Surprisingly, there was even no confirmation that the comeback is indeed true. Because of this, it might be that the comeback might not be happening any time soon.
But then again, all hope must not be lost because the group has just released a coded image which somehow denotes their near comeback. According to Soompi , SF9 recently released an image on their different social media accounts. The released images featured a binary code message, as well as the statement, “I Hate Love”. It is also worth noting that the boy group has concluded their final promotions for “Roar”, their second title track, more than two months ago. According to Koogle , it is because of this fact that a possible comeback for SF9 any time soon is unlikely as it has just debuted last October with “Fanfare”. Meanwhile, SF9 also had their own official debut in Japan last April 7. Their entry into the Japanese stage was a big success as it was sold out. The full message featured in the binary code teaser image reads, “I Hate Love. 1001001 1001000 000001 1010100 1000101 1001100 1001111 1010110 1000101”. Whichever the case is, SF9 will surely be successful in its comeback, as its fans are more than willing to welcome the boy group again in the limelight of the K-pop industry. Hopefully, they still manage to get back to the spotlight as early as possible to not disappoint their fans throughout the world.

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