Astro’s Cha Eun-woo to make solo debut in first half of 2024

Astro’s Cha Eun-woo to make solo debut in first half of 2024

/ 04:23 PM January 09, 2024

Cha Eun-woo of Astro. Image: X/@CHAEUNWOO_offcl

Cha Eun-woo of Astro. Image: X/@CHAEUNWOO_offcl

Cha Eun-woo, vocalist of K-pop boy group Astro, will debut as a solo artist in the “first half of 2024,” his label Fantagio confirmed to Korean media.

Cha’s solo debut was first reported by Korean media outlet Newsen on Tuesday, Jan. 9, which was confirmed by his agency on the same day.


“He is preparing his first solo album [intending to release] it in the first half of 2024. He will [also] perform the songs from his solo album for the first time at his first fan concert at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium on Feb. 17,” Fantagio said in a statement.


The South Korean music label also hoped that fans would “look forward” to Cha’s upcoming record, saying he is “preparing for his goal.”

Cha started his entertainment career in 2014 as the “healthy” version of the character Ah-reum in the K-drama “My Brilliant Life.” He then made his debut as the vocalist, face, and visual of Astro two years later.

The singer-actor starred in several projects including “Gangnam Beauty,” “Island,” “Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung,” “True Beauty,” and “A Good Day to Be a Dog,” to name a few.

The singer-actor also released the songs “Rainbow Falling,” “Focus on Me,” and “Don’t Cry, My Love,” among others. He is also credited as a songwriter in some of Astro’s songs and his solo work.

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