Kim Bum to Release Japanese Album in June
Hallyu star Kim Bum will be making his official Japanese music debut in June.
Currently, Kim Bum is focusing on the last of his recordings for his album. Although he has released a single in 2009 for a fan meeting in Japan, he will officially be branching out and releasing a full album in Japan.
Kim Bum’s agency, King Kong Entertainment, stated, “He is planning to released an album with eight songs this coming June. After the release, there are plans for a large scale promotion in Japan.”
Kim Bum’s singing skills have already been demonstrated a few times, as he has sung the official soundtrack songs for the dramas in which he took part. In 2009, for KBS 2TV’s “Boys Over Flowers’” special edition O.S.T., he sang “I’m Going to Meet You Now.”
Also in 2010, Kim Bum sang “The Woman Who Cut my Guitar String” for the MBC drama “The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry” while playing the role of a prodigy musician Han Min Jae. Min Jae sang the song to Lee Shin Young to describe their first meeting.
Meanwhile, after filming jTBC’s “Padam Padam,” Kim Bum is busy filming for the movie “Miracle.”
Stay tuned on Soompi for more updates about Kim Bum’s music debut!