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Lee Seung-hwan to drop new album

  • Published : Sept 16, 2015 - 11:26
  • Updated : Sept 16, 2015 - 11:26


Dream Factory announced Wednesday that veteran singer Lee Seung-hwan is set to make a comeback with new EP “3+3.”

Having released the album “Fall to Fly” in March last year, he will return to the music scene, ending a 18-month hiatus.

The upcoming album contains three new tracks along with three previously released tracks.

Before dropping his album, Lee will prerelease one of the tracks “That One Person” on Monday, which was the soundtrack in KBS’ drama “Discovery of Love” in 2014.

“‘That One Person’ is a newly arranged version compared to the original soundtrack. Lee added deeper emotions into the track, while maintaining the warm and lovely emotion that it had before,” said an official from Lee.

Lee debuted in 1989 with his first album “B.C 603” and continuously dropped a slew of hit songs, including “For 1000 days” and “I Ask.”

The upcoming album will drop on Oct. 1, while newly added tracks in the album are set to be showcased at AX Concert Hall, in Seoul for the first time.

By Kim Yu-jin (kimyujin@heraldcorp.com)

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