2PM’s Jun.K Announces Comeback With First Korean Solo Album

2PM’s Jun.K will be making a comeback in Korea as a solo artist!

On July 29 at midnight KST, JYP Entertainment shared the schedule announcement for Jun.K’s first Korean solo album, entitled “Mr. No Love.”

The album is set to be released at midnight KST on August 9, but we’ll be getting his duet with Baek A Yeon entitled “Don’t Go” (working title) first on August 2 at midnight as a pre-release track.

Jun.K will share an album track list on August 1, teaser images on August 4, a music video teaser on August 5, and an album spoiler on August 6.

He will then hold a press showcase and do a live broadcast on Naver’s V app on August 8 before the online release of his album on August 9. The physical album will be released on August 11.


Jun.K made his debut in 2008 as a member of 2PM, and later went on to release his first Korean solo single “Alive” in 2011. He’s since become hugely popular in Japan as a solo artist, releasing two chart-topping mini albums there. This will be his first release in Korea since the digital single “Love Letter” in December of 2015.

Are you excited for a solo comeback from Jun.K?