Lena Park to drop ‘The End’ Nov. 20

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Lena Park to drop ‘The End’ Nov. 20


Lena Park is releasing her single “The End” on Nov. 20, according to her agency Mun Hwa In on Friday.

The upcoming song comes five months after Park released the single “One Umbrella” in June.

Park teamed up with singer Sunwoo Jung-a to write and produce the ballad track, which touches on the sadness one feels after breaking up with a lover.

This year marks Park’s 20th anniversary as a singer. Since her debut, she has released popular songs such as “In Dreams” (2002), “Lost Child” (2005) and “Sweet” (2007).

She is also known for covering songs on MBC’s singing competition program “I Am a Singer,” like “I Hope it Would be That Way Now” (1990) by Cho Yong-pil and “If I Leave” (2001) by Jo Su-mi.

Along with the release of the song, Park will be holding a series of concerts titled “2018 The Wonder: Let it Snow” from Dec. 22 to 25 at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium in Olympic Park located in southern Seoul.

By Yeo Ye-rim
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