Kim Hyo Yeon -- better known by her stage name Hyoyeon --has been on a roll since 2015. She published a book titled "Hyo Style" in which she shares tips on beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. She participated in numerous K-variety shows which include special MC hosting duties on OnStyle television's "Get It Beauty."

She was one-third of SM Entertainment and JYP Entertainment collaboration co-ed group Triple T in the song "Born to be Wild." Finally, she made her official solo debut on SM Station with "Mystery."

Now Hyoyeon is continuing to push her career with her first solo comeback, a song titled "Wannabe." It is the first of two major career events to happen to her this year with the second being the 10-year anniversary of the K-pop girl group she debuted in Girls' Generation.

News of Hyoyeon's K-pop comeback was made known earlier this week by her label and agency SM Entertainment. The single titled "Wannabe" is a pop dance track that sends out a warning to a playboy. It was also revealed that rapper San E will be featured in the song too.

Eventually, a teaser trailer for the "Wannabe" music video was released. Not much can be discerned from it but we do know the setting is a gym. There seem to be two athletes who many assume are boxers in it too. Finally, the background music gives very little in how the track song will sound.

"Wannabe" will officially be Hyoyeon's first single despite making her solo debut with "Mystery" last year. The reason why "Wannabe" is considered the official debut single is that "Mystery" was performed for SM Station, a special collaboration project between SM Entertainment artists with other artists, producers, or even businesses.

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Hyoyeon's comeback is actually the first of two major events to take place pertaining to her career this year. She originally made her debut back on August 5, 2007, as a member of Girls' Generation and their 10-year anniversary is coming up.

Also known as So Nyeo Shi Dae, Soshi, and SNSD, the eight-member girl group consisting of Taeyeon, Tiffany, Sunny, Yuri, Yoona, Sooyoung, Seohyun, as well as Hyoyeon (formerly a nine-member girl group with Jessica until she left back in 2014) innovated K-pop girl groups in general. They paved the way for girl groups today like Red Velvet, Black Pink, and especially Twice.

August 5, 2017, will officially mark ten years Girls' Generation has been active in K-pop. Many fans, especially those who are members of the girl group's fan club known as Sones, speculate a monumental comeback. Others are also weary this year may be the last before an official disbandment is announced.

No matter what happens for Hyoyeon, this year is shaping up to be a big one for her career. "Wannabe" is set to release on Thursday, June 1, 2017.