SS501 Kim Hyung Jun 'Sorry I'm Sorry' MV Ranks #1 On Charts
By Staff Writer | July 12, 2012 09:30 AM EDT
Kim Hyung Jun's music video for "Sorry I'm Sorry" ranks #1 on various music video charts.
After a year and four months since the release of his first solo album, My Girl, SS501 member Kim Hyung Jun has successfully made his comeback with second album ESCAPE, It beat out popular groups such as T-ARA, Super Junior and 2NE1, catching eyes of internet users.
Through the promotion of this single, Kim Hyung Jun has removed his usual idol image and displayed a more mature, sexy charisma that has evidently gathered much interest according to the results of music portal sites. The "farewell" theme and rainy, gloomy visuals shown in the music video make it particularly memorable, leading it to earn first place on various music video charts like Mnet's.
The album itself also appears to be doing very well, as ESCAPE sold out of its first batch on the first day of its release on the 10th. Requests have been filing in for more albums from fans within Korea, and in countries such as Japan, China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, showing the great interest.
Kim Hyung Jun has additionally worked with director Cha Eun Taek to create a sensual dance version, as well as a 25-minute-long, road movie-like drama version of "Sorry I'm Sorry".
In other news, the recently transformed Kim Hyung Jun, with a new masculine, and matured image, will be meeting with his fans for a signing event in order to commemorate the release of his album ESCAPE on the 14th and 15th.
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