Watch: Lee Seung Gi Returns With Emotional “I Will” MV Starring Park Gyu Young
Updated December 10 KST:
Lee Seung Gi has made his long-awaited return!
On December 10 at 6 p.m. KST, he released his seventh studio album “The Project” along with the music video for the title track.
With composition and lyrics by Brave Brothers, “I will” is a rock ballad song with a sad melody. The lyrics express regret after a breakup.
The music video stars Lee Seung Gi and Park Gyu Young.
Check it out below:
Updated December 7 KST:
A second music video teaser has been released for Lee Seung Gi’s “I will”:
Updated December 3 KST:
The first teaser video has been released for Lee Seung Gi’s upcoming title track “I will”!
Lee Seung Gi has shared the details for his seventh studio album!
In November, Lee Seung Gi made his comeback as a singer through the pre-release single “The Ordinary Man.”
Now he has confirmed that his upcoming full album titled “THE PROJECT” will be released on December 10 at 6 p.m. KST in both online and offline formats.
The album will contain a total of nine tracks and features work from some of the top producers in South Korea. Yoon Jong Shin produced the pre-release track “The Ordinary Man,” and other producers credited on the album include Brave Brothers, Nell, and Epitone Project.
Brave Brothers produced the album’s title track “I Will,” which is a rock ballad with an addictive sorrowful melody and repeated lyrics. Nell’s Kim Jong Wan produced the song “Boy, Walks the Path” (literal translation), which is a song about how people grow over time and chase their dreams. It is meant to be like a diary that reflects Lee Seung Gi’s path in life and features emotional piano and string sounds.
Epitone Project’s Cha Se Jung produced the song “Your Eyes, Your Hands, Your Lips” (literal translation), which is about returning to a loved one in dreams in order to send them the love that they weren’t able to show before. It is meant to be a healing song for people during these difficult times.
“THE PROJECT” will also feature remastered songs from Lee Seung Gi’s previous albums.
HOOK Entertainment stated, “Lee Seung Gi can’t hide his excitement and nervousness at returning to his original work as a singer after five years. He is confident that this seventh studio album is his best work, having been worked on by some of the best producers in South Korea.”