Nov. 30 (UPI) -- South Korean singer Changsub will release a new solo album.
The Korea Herald reported the 27-year-old K-pop star, a member of the boy band BtoB, will return Dec. 11 with his debut Korean solo album.
BtoB shared a teaser for the album, Mark, on its official Twitter account Thursday.
"#LeeChangsub 1st mini album [#Mark] 2018.12.11 18:00 (KST) Coming soon #LEE_CHANGSUB," the post reads.
Changsub previously released the solo singles "You Inside My Memories" and "At the End." He released the Japanese album bpm82.5 in June 2017.
Changsub and BtoB made their debut in 2012. The group released the EP Hour Moment with six members this month as Eunkwang completes his mandatory military service.
Eunkwang enlisted in the military in August. He apologized at the time for not giving advance notice, vowing to fulfill his promises to fans after he completes his service.