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Shinhwa’s Kim Dong Wan to Make Solo Comeback with Digital Single ‘He_Sunshine’

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2014.11.11 10:04 Newsen Lee Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Shinhwa’s Kim Dong Wan will be making a solo comeback.

Kim Dong Wan will be releasing the digital single He_Sunshine on November 21, making a comeback as a soloist in six years.

The digital single He_Sunshine is a song that hints at soloist Kim Dong Wan’s musical color in the future and he will be releasing He_Starlight in December following He_Sunshine.

The digital singles He_Sunshine and He_Starlight, being released this and next month, could be considered the pre-released songs of Kim Dong Wan’s upcoming mini and full length albums, which will be released following group Shinhwa’s activities next year.

Shinhwa’s Kim Dong Wan to Make Solo Comeback with Digital Single ‘He_Sunshine’

The hairstyling team, who worked with 2PM and Jang Dong Gun and the styling team, who worked with Lee Byung Hun and Han Hyo Ju, participated in Kim Dong Wan′s jacket photo, which was released on November 11 along with the announcement of his solo comeback, bringing out Kim Dong Wan′s natural charms.

An affiliate of Ci ENT said, “Kim Dong Wan will be releasing his first digital single He_Sunshine in six years this month. Kim Dong Wan, who has been actively promoting dramas, films and musicals, will be returning to the fans with a song that contains his musical color. As it has been a while since he promoted as a soloist, Kim Dong Wan prepared for the new song with a lot of anticipation so we ask for the fans’ anticipation and support.”

Meanwhile, Kim Dong Wan will be launching his mini concert He in Ax Hall on November 20 and release his photo essay this month.

Photo credit: Ci ENT

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