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Taemin’s Japanese album comes to Korea

Singer Taemin of the K-pop group Shinee will release his first Japanese mini album, “Sayonara Hitori,” in Korea at midnight on Wednesday.

The six new songs will soon be released through numerous major music streaming services including Genie, Melon and Naver Music. The singer will release a Korean version of the title song, “Goodbye,” which revolves around a desperate man who can’t get over a breakup with an old lover. The track features a mix of electronic dance music and piano.

Taemin will perform the title track on numerous music programs including KBS2’s “Music Bank” on Friday and SBS’s “Inkigayo” on Sunday.

By Jin Min-ji
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