JYJ’s Kim to release album
Kim Jun-su, a member of K-pop trio JYJ, will release his third solo album in March.
“He’s working on a title track and he is likely to seek major changes this time compared to the past,” said his agency, C-JeS Entertainment.
Having started out in 2004 as a member of TVXQ, Kim walked out of the boy group with two other bandmates and formed JYJ in 2010.
After achieving success with JYJ, Kim released his first solo studio album “Tarantallegra,” which sold 120,000 copies. He then followed that album with “Incredible.”
With his second mini-album in 2013, Kim tried as many genres as possible, from R&B to dance to neo soul to funk.
By Sung So-young
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