SS501's Kim Hyung Jun Comes Back After 1 Year And 4 Months

By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 10:21 PM EDT


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SS501 member Kim Hyung Jun will be coming back with his 2nd solo album Escape. Prior to the release of his upcoming album Kim Hyung Jun will be holding a showcase and mini-concert in Seoul on June 29.

Kim Hyung Jun announced on his official homepage that he will be showing a different side of him through his music. Instead of his soft and calm image, he plans to show his manly and charismatic side.


After a year and four months since his last album release in 2011 with My Girl, Kim Hyung Jun plans to reveal his new song at his upcoming show case.

Kim Hyung Jun stated, "I want to show my fans that I have matured not only physically but also through my music. I want to show all my talents through music and acting."

Earlier this year, Kim Hyung Jun appeared in the KBS drama, "Sunshine Girl " and SBS Plus "I Love You."

Tagged :  SS501, Kim Hyung Jun, Escape

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