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Sunmi drops summer comeback ‘Heart Burn’ and announces ‘Good Girl Gone Mad’ world tour

  • South Korean singer Sunmi, 30, returns this summer with her comeback song “Heart Burn” and an announcement about her “Good Girl Gone Mad” world tour.

  • Sunmi’s second world tour since “Warning” in 2019, “Good Girl Gone Mad” will take her all over Europe in August and North America in September before circling back to Seoul to wrap up in October.

  • The artist debuted under JYP Entertainment as a member of the group Wonder Girls in 2007 and signed with Abyss Company, formerly Makeus Entertainment, in 2017.

  • Details about the tour's venues and tickets have yet to be released.

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South Korean singer Sunmi returns this summer with her comeback song “Heart Burn” and an announcement about her ‘Good Girl Gone Mad” world tour.

Good Girl Gone Mad” is Sunmi’s second world tour since “Warning” in 2019. The tour will take her all over Europe in August and North America in September before circling back to Seoul to wrap up in October.

 

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Sunmi’s full tour schedule is as follows:

  • ​​Warsaw, Poland, on August 14 
  • Madrid on August 17 
  • Offenbach, Germany, on August 19
  • London on August 21 
  • Amsterdam on August 23 
  • Paris on August 26 
  • Helsinki on August 28
  • Chicago on September 2
  • New York on September 4 
  • Toronto on September 6 
  • Atlanta on September 8 
  • Seattle on September 10 
  • Los Angeles on September 12 
  • San Francisco on September 13 
  • Vancouver, Canada, on September 15
  • Seoul on October 8 

The artist’s digital single “Heart Burn” comes coupled with the B-side “Childhood” and adds to her discography since last year’s digital single “Go or Stop,” which was created in collaboration with South Korean “League of Legends” esports team DWG KIA. Her most recent EP, “1/6,” was released last year with “You Can’t Sit With Us,” its lead single.

Sunmi debuted with JYP Entertainment’s group “Wonder Girls” in 2007. She signed with Abyss Company, formerly known as Makeus Entertainment, in 2017. 

Details about her tour’s venues and tickets have yet to be released.

 

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