Park Kyung looks to ‘Refresh’ this spring with a new solo single
Park’s new single, which drops today at 6 p.m., was teased with an image of Park as a kid and the singer replicating the image as an older man.
“It’s time to refresh,” Park tweeted ahead of the song’s release.
Park made his debut as a part of boy band Block B in 2011 and has also made a name for himself with his solo tracks including “Ordinary Love” (2015) and “Inferiority Complex” (2016).
He became the talk of the town last year when he accused a team of six singers of sajaegi, or unfairly downloading or streaming music to push their songs up the music charts.
Although he has been accused of defamation by the singers he mentioned, he has also been praised for bringing the sajaegi issue to surface.
By Yoon So-yeon
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