LYn to drop first album in 3 yearsBallad singer LYn is coming back with a new album after a three-year hiatus, according to her agency 325 E&C on Thursday.
“LYn’s tenth album, ‘#10,’ will be released on Oct. 25,” the agency said. “All the songs on the new album are written and produced by LYn and will reflect her unique color and style.”
The singer will also hold a series of concerts following the album’s release. The first concert will be on Nov. 3 at Ewha Womans University, followed by a second show on Dec. 1 at Exco Auditorium in Daegu.
LYn debuted in 2001 with her album “My First Confession.” Since then, she has released many hit songs including “We Used to Love” (2004), “Letter to You” (2004) and “True Story” (2009).
She is also well-known for her music in popular television dramas like “Moon Embracing the Sun,” “My Love from the Star” and “Descendants of the Sun.”
In 2014, LYn married Lee Soo, lead vocalist of rock band M.C the Max, and signed with her husband’s agency, 325 E&C.
By Yeo Ye-rim
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