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Chang Kiha says, "Love story with IU? All the lyrics are fictions"

2016/06/15 | 2873 views | Permalink | Source

Chang Kiha mentioned about his girlfriend, singer actress IU.

His band, Kiha and Faces held a showcase for their fourth regular music album, 'There is no expert in your own love' at Stradeum in Yongsan-gu, Seoul on June 15th.

During the showcase, Chang Kiha was asked if the lyrics of the love songs in the new album are related to his lover, IU.

He said, "All the lyrics are fictions. Since all of the ten songs are about love, if I'd say they are completely unrelated to my daily life, then it's a lie. However, I was thinking how I should write to convey the more general feelings of love than writing about my own experiences".

Chang Kiha explained why he wanted to try with love songs for the first time. He said, "I used to think love songs are too cheesy. But I became to think that we might be able sing love songs in our own way. So I decided to challenge love songs and this album is the result of the idea".

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