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Kim Hyun-joong reveals teaser for "Please"

2011/05/26 | 2842 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hyun-joong, returning to the pop scene with his first mini album revealed the teaser for his title song "Please".

He exclusively revealed the teaser on Naver Music on the 26th of May around 4 PM. The song is a sad R&B dance song with the arrangement of an orchestra and mellow piano well blended with the sorrowful lyrics.

Fans have been reacting crazily as news got out about his teaser as Kim Hyun-joong's first mini album "Break Down" has been behind the veil for so long.

In the teaser, Kim Hyun-joong is Kim Min-seo's (from "Babyfaced Beauty") opposing character and expresses love and sorrowful goodbye with his eyes. Having become more mature and manly with the new cut hairstyle, it raised expectations on the actual video.

His management Key East said, "Before we release another title song "Break Down" we have decided to release "Please" first. The video was made by the best production staff in Korea and through it, you will be able to see another side of Kim Hyun-joong.

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