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Ku Hye-sun to release digital single on June 16

2010/06/15 | 1482 views | Permalink | Source

Cover of Ku Hye-sun's digital single "Brown Hair" [YG Entertainment]

Multi-talented star Ku Hye-sun will be releasing her digital single tomorrow, according to her agency YG Entertainment on Tuesday.

YG announced in a press release that Koo will release digital single "Brown Hair" on Wednesday which has been rearranged by bossa nova pianist Choi In-young.

Koo, who composed and wrote the song herself, displays her clear singing voice in the single with a simple yet unique melody.

Koo, who had originally planned to debut as a singer, started acting in several TV dramas and rose to fame throughout Asia after her role in the hit KBS series "Boys over Flowers" last year.

She is known as a talented artist, novelist and scriptwriter, and made her directorial debut with her first full-length feature film "Magic - 2010", opening in local theaters on June 24, which premiered at the Jeonju International Film Festival in April.

She recently won "Spotlight Award" at the 12th Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia for her short feature "The Madonna" over the weekend.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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