K-pop girl band Miss A topped local music charts with its latest track "Only You" within hours of its release Monday.
As of Monday morning, "Only You," from the group's seventh project album "Colors," came in first on Korea's major real-time charts, including Melon, Genie Music, Olleh Music, Naver Music and Daum Music.
Produced by Black Eyed Pilseung, who is behind SISTAR's hit song "Touch My Body," Miss A's latest dance track tells of women's modern-day love style that many may find "forward."
Miss A released the album at midnight Sunday. It includes six songs of various genres ranging from hip-hop to acoustic piano.
Later in the day, the quartet will hold a showcase to introduce the new tracks at K-Art Hall at the Olympic Park in eastern Seoul.
Media and K-pop insiders are paying close attention to whether Miss A member Suzy will break her silence at the showcase about her romance with actor Lee Min-ho.
The 20-year-old starlet confirmed she has been dating Lee, seven years her senior, after photos of the two on a date in London went viral on March 23.
Undeterred by explosive interest in Suzy's new relationship status, Miss A will continue to focus on promoting its new album, according to its label JYP Entertainment.
"Everything is going as planned. Following the showcase, Miss A will also make TV appearances," said an official from the label.
"We hope that there will be no questions about Suzy dating Lee, but Suzy will answer the questions if asked," the official said, adding that she cannot avoid talking about Lee forever anyway.
Miss A will make its first TV appearance on cable-TV's Mnet music programme "M! Countdown" on Thursday.