Hello, everyone. I'm Jennifer with the latest K-pop news updates.
First up, we have JYJ who are now in full swing after returning home from their successful Latin American tour.
The trio's youngest, Kim Jun-su's first self-produced solo album is slated for release very soon, which has created an exciting buzz among his fans worldwide.
The much-anticipated album is expected to contain some songs written by the other two members, Kim Kim Jae-joong and Park Yoo-chun.
While Park Yoo-chun currently stars in the popular TV series "The Rooftop Prince", Kim Kim Jae-joong just has been cast as the male lead in an upcoming drama alongside Song Seung-heon. I wish the very best of luck to all JYJ members.
Se7en was named "Best Overseas Performer" at the "2012 China Music Award and Asian Influential Awards".
Celebrating its 16th year, the star-studded award ceremony was broadcast to 30 countries through 60 channels worldwide.
Top Taiwanese artist Jay Chou, Chinese celebrity Karen Mok, Japan's chart-topping musician Mai Kuraki were among the more than 100 influential figures in the Asian entertainment industry who crowded the scene.
Se7en will release his Japanese single on April 25th and kick off his showcase tour in May, hitting major cities including Tokyo and Fukuoka.
JYP Entertainment head and singer-slash-producer Park Jin-young says he is ready to come back to his original career as a singer with a new mini album due out in late April. Since his last album release two years ago, the Korean music mogul has produced albums for major K-pop artists such as Wonder Girls and miss A.
He has also showed off his impressive acting skills in the TV drama "Dream High" and movie "5 Million-dollar Man" expecting to hit theaters this June.
He's even opened a restaurant in New York!
I can't wait to see him back on the stage.
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