On March 29, singer Eru’s Indonesian agency “Falcon” announced, “Eru and Indonesian singer and comedian Sule have released a duet song ‘Sarangheyo.’”
“Sarangheyo,” which means “I love you” in Korean, was released in Indonesia with a Korean title. The lyrics are in Korean, Indonesian, and English, allowing fans from various countries to enjoy this song.
As the first Korean-Indonesian duet song, “Sarangheyo” is becoming more and more popular in Indonesia, where K-Pop is gaining popularity. An official from the Indonesian music industry commented, “Eru-Sule’s duet song ‘Sarangheyo’ will increase Indonesian fans’ interest in Korean culture and language. With this song, we also expect Eru-craze in Indonesia.”
Meanwhile, earlier this month, Eru stayed in Indonesia to appear in various shows to promote the new song. He recently returned to Korea.