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  • Kim Hyun-joong Holds Third Single Launch Event in Japan
  • [2013-06-07]
  • Hallyu celebrity Kim Hyun-joong held a premium event to celebrate the release of his new single at Sun Plaza Hall in Nagano, Japan, on June 4.

    During the event, the music videos for the title song and other tracks of the third single “Tonight” to be released on June 5, including "Cappuccino" and "Because I Can't Erase You", were shown for the first time.

    In the midst of fans’ cheers, Kim said, “The perfection of the second single ‘Heart’ was difficult for me, but I am delighted now to have made a good piece of music after a strenuous recording session.”

    During the event, a cake was placed on the stage and over 2,000 fans present, along with Japanese talent Kaba, top Japanese florist Shogo Kariyazaki, and comedienne Kazuko Kurosawa, celebrated Kim's 27th birthday, which falls on June 6, singing a birthday song together.

    Kim Hyun Joong was very delighted to receive an extravagant bouquet of flowers put together by Shogo Kariyazaki under the concept of “faithful love” and “dance together”. Kim showed a personal video to fans that featured his natural looks.




    In the press meeting at the end of the event, Kim remarked, “I send thanks to fans who attended the event, members of staff who prepared for the event, and guests who came here to celebrate with me. I would like to reward their support with an album.”

    He said, “The new song placed emphasis on sexy beauty and extravagance, and it will be a starting point for my maturing as a man. As fans get energy from my songs and performances, I will charge them up with smart performances and good songs.”

    He added, “I hope my new song will be well received, as I worked very hard. I will continue to do my best to make high-quality music.”

    Kim’s official site in Japan ( kimhyunjoong.jp) announced an outdoor live concert and fireworks festival, that is due to take place on Sept 15 and Sept 16 at a special stage in Yokohama’s Akarenga Park.

    About 20,000 people are expected to attend the two-day event. [Yonhap]

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