Singer Jung Jae-hyung to Perform in Paris
2006, June 15
Singer Jung Jae-hyung (34), a film music producer and a former member of the group "Basis," will give a concert in Paris, France.
Jung has been invited by the Korean Culture Center in France to attend a cultural event to be held there on the 120th anniversary of the establishment of the two countries’ diplomatic relations. He will give a concert entitled "Concert – Portrait de Jung Jae-hyung" in Paris on June 21.
Joining the upcoming concert will be Aoki Takamasa, a Japanese musician and disc jockey, as well as cellist Lee Jung-ran and electronic music programmer Juno.
At the concert, Jung will sing his hit songs such as "The Reason I Gave Up Myself," "A Farewell Ceremony," and "Gather My Own Tears," and music from films, including "Addiction" and "Princess Aurora," to his own piano accompaniment.
Upon concluding his activities with the group "Basis," Jung left for France to study music in 1999. In France, he made the headlines by producing film and classical music.
Currently, Jung is working on his third solo album, as well as writing music for the film "Seduction of Mr. Robin" starring Daniel Henney and Uhm Jung-hwa.