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UN’s Kim Jeong Hoon to Release First New Album in 2 Years Inspired by ‘Reply 1997’

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2012.10.04 12:11 Mwave Stewart Ho

After being away from the music scene for two years, former UN member, Kim Jeong Hoon is making a return with his first new album in two years.

Kim Jeong Hoon′s remake album, My Story will drop on October 9 and mark a return to music for the actor/singer who has spent most of the past two years actively participating in dramas and musicals.

The title song for the album is titled A Heart For One Person and was produced by Lee Hyun Seung, the hit-maker behind tracks such as Kim Tae Woo’s Love Rain and Baek Ji Young’s Don’t Forget Me.

UN’s Kim Jeong Hoon to Release First New Album in 2 Years Inspired by ‘Reply 1997’

The album also contains other remakes such as Thorn Tree, While You Were Gone, White Winter and more.

Kim Jeong Hoon revealed the recent hit tvN drama, Reply 1997 influenced this album’s creation saying, “Recently I came across Reply 1997 and I could empathize with my days. So I wanted to bring back the memories and feelings from those days. I’m nervous since it’s my first time being active as a singer in a while.”

Photo Credit: Mersenne Entertainment

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