Kim Dong-wan will debut in Japan by releasing a solo album this month.
Members of the star group Shinhwa, Eric Moon and Kim Dong-wan will visit Japan to see their fans again. Eric Moon had joined the army first among the members of the group in October, 2008 and finished his duty by serving in the public service sector. After being discharged from the military duty on October 30, he will hold his first fan meetings at Yuport Hall in Tokyo on December 18 and at Archaic Hall in Hyogo Prefecture on December 19. Kim Dong-wan, who will be discharged from the army on December 7, will also hold a fan meeting at the Shinagawa Intercity Hall in Tokyo on December 18 to commemorate his military discharge. The tickets for the event had already been sold out right after beginning sales.
Kim will also hold fan meetings in Osaka on December 23 and in Fukuoka on December 26. In particular, Kim Dong-wan will officially debut in Japan by releasing his first solo album entitled “KIM DONGWAN JAPAN PREMIUM BEST” on December 15, and he will hold a live concert to commemorate his album release at the Fountain Square at Ikebukuro in Tokyo on December 16.
In addition, a project hanging orange flags and posters and playing BGM in the region of Shin-Okubo, which is the one of the Koreatowns in Japan and the mecca of Hallyu, will be prepared from December 3 until 19 to celebrate his return.
Source : english.kbs.co.kr/Ent...
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