John Park Is Set To Debut On The 22th
By Staff Writer | February 04, 2012 07:40 PM EST
John Park of "Super Star K2" has finally set the date of his official debut.
On February 3rd, Park's agency Music Farm Entertainment has reported that he will make his debut on the 22nd.
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Last April, Park signed in to Music Farm Entertainment to join Lee Juk, Kim Dong Ryul, and Lee Sang Soon. Since then, he has recorded drama OSTs and has appeared in music programs but this is his first official album.
He had initially planned to release his first album last fall but decided to put it off for an album of higher artistic value.
On February 2nd, John Park surprised his fans with a teaser clip and announced the release date of his album.
The 75-seconds long teaser clip portrayed a simple and plain image of John Park which reminded his fans of the beginnings of his career as a singer.
A Music Farm representative said that "John Park is still debating on the title track and how many songs to include in the album even with the imminent release on the 22nd. John Park's such dilligent efforts will undoutedly create an album that will be upto the fans' expectations."
John Park rose to stardom in 2010 through Mnet's national audition program "Super Star K2", where he and Huh Gak put up a fierce competition till the very last minute.
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