Singer Park Ji-yoon, 31, will release on Oct. 21 a digital single album titled "Mr."
This is the singer's first album since moving to the new agency Mystic89, which is headed by singer and producer Yoon Jong-shin. "Mr." will feature three songs.
Park is expected to release three more single albums, following "Mr.," to mark winter, spring and summer.
"The four upcoming albums will be a great opportunity to showcase Park's maturity as a singer and musician, which she has already done actually with her seventh album in 2007 and the eighth album in 2012," her agency said. The multi-talented singer earned great popularity with her song "Seonginsik" (or "Coming of Age Ceremony) in 2000 under the stewardship of Park Jin-young of JYP Entertainment. But she showed a different musical side after leaving JYP with "Flower, Again for the First Time" that she released in 2007.
Prior to the album's release, Park's teaser images were released on an official YouTube site of Mystic89 and Park's Facebook.