Korean singer/actor Kim Hyung-jun will sweeten up Japan with his new single next week.
Kim’s new Japan single “Always Love You,” the Japanese version of his latest Korean duet tune with KOTA of SunnyHill, will hit the shelves next Wednesday, his agency S-Plus Entertainment said through a press release Friday.
The album will include a total of three tracks, which are Japanese, Korean and instrumental version of “Always Love You,” originally dropped in his home country early August.
On Saturday, Kim will fly to Tokyo to hold the fan meeting and live showcase event at the Shibuya Public Hall Sunday night, followed by handshake and high-touch events at stores located in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Hiroshima and Fukuoka on the two following days.
The youngest member of K-pop group SS501 is also revving up for his new KBS daily series “Love Comes along the Song” (translated title), co-starring Dasom of SISTAR and actor Baek Seong-hyun, which will premiere on November 4.
He will also show his acting skills in film “Rough Play,” starring Lee Joon of MBLAQ, set to hit the screens next Thursday.
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of S-Plus Entertainment