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Jung Joon Young-Younha Releases Teaser of Duet “Just the Way You are”

By Staff Writer | May 26, 2014 11:13 AM EDT

Jung Joon Young-Younha Releases Teaser of Duet “Just the Way You are”

The teaser clip for Jung Joon Young and Younha's duet song "Just the Way You are" was revealed on May 22.

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The two musicians revealed the teaser clip through Mnet "M Countdown" and MBC FM "Younha's Starry Night", where they serve as the hosts of the shows.

The first teaser and title of the song was revealed through the May 22 live show of "M Countdown". After this, the second teaser was revealed through Younha's radio program.

The teaser clip is a making of the music video - Jung Joon Young and Younha ride bikes together and play rock paper scissors, then shift gears to play instruments and dive into their music.

The piano sound in the background is played by Younha. Jung Joon Young's agency CJ E&M stated: "The song "Just the Way You are" is a warm song that brings strength and comfort to listeners. Jung Joon Young and Younha's beautiful harmony will touch the hearts of fans".

The song will be released on May 29.

 

 

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