May 4 (UPI) — JYJ singer Kim Jae-joong will release his first Japanese single next month.
The Korea Herald reported Thursday the 32-year-old South Korean star will debut the song “Sign/Your Love” at a concert June 27 at Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan.
Kim announced the news during an appearance on a radio show. He described “Sign/Your Love” as a sad and emotional song.
“It’s a sad, mournful song that honestly delivers memories and emotions,” the K-pop star said. “The song’s high pitch is another charm.”
Kim also shared the news on his Model Press page. He posted photos on Instagram from his appearance on the radio show.
Kim came to fame with the South Korean boy band TVXQ and formed the group JYJ with former TVXQ members Yoochun and Junsu in 2010. He released his debut solo album, WWW (Who When Why), in October 2013.