Park Jung Hyun Postpones New Album Indefinitely
To participate in the grieving of the Sewol tragedy, Park Jung Hyun’s new album Syncrofusion has been postponed indefinitely.
On April 29, Blue Print Music announced through its official Facebook and Twitter, saying, “We decided to indefinitely postpone Park Jung Hyun’s new album Syncrofusion to grieve over the Sewol ferry tragedy.”
“However, to respect the fans who waited for something new, we will be releasing the song The Next Year (Translated) from the album on April 30,” said the staff, who also added that Park Jung Hyun’s performances in and out of Seoul from May 9 to May 18 will take place as scheduled after taking factors into consideration.
The Next Year is a song created by Team 89, consisting of Yoon Jong Shin and Postino. With lyrics that promise a couple’s eternal relationship and Park Jung Hyun’s melody, the song is said to be very memorable, especially with a grand orchestra sound.
The Next Year will be revealed online on April 30 at noon (KST). The release of the Syncrofusion album, which includes Double Kiss and Dream Sphere will be announced in the near future.
Meanwhile, Syncrofusion was scheduled to be released on April 18 but was postponed after the ferry sinking on April 16.
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