JYJ's New Album to be Released Next Year
By Staff Writer | December 02, 2012 11:58 AM EST
On December 29, a day before his exclusive concert at the Turinenhalle in Oberhausen, Germany, Junsu held a press conference at a hotel. During the press conference, Junsu revealed that JYJ is aiming to release a new album next year.
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Regarding the questions about JYJ's plans of a new album, Junsu stated, "It's certain that JYJ's new album will be released next year. It will be around mid-year. We will keep to our own schedules for the first half of next year and appear as JYJ after mid-next year."
Junsu, who performed in Germany once before his exclusive concert stated, "Last time I was on stage as a member of JYJ but this time I will be performing as a solo artist. This concert will be my last performance as a solo artist so I want to make sure I don't have any regrets."
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