ENTERTAINMENT

Lee Juck to release album in Japan

By Rumy Doo
  • Published : Dec 18, 2017 - 17:37
  • Updated : Dec 18, 2017 - 17:37

Singer-songwriter Lee Juck will release an album in Japan on March 14, Lee‘s agency Music Farm announced Monday.

The album is to comprise his past hits.

“Lee Juck will be foraying into the Japanese market,” said Music Farm. “His Japanese label Pony Canyon has launched his official website.”

Lee, 43, debuted in 1995 and is a folk-rock and acoustic pop singer with numerous hits, including “Run Across the Sky” (2003), “I Didn’t Know That Time” (2003) and “Lie Lie Lie” (2013).

Lee Juck (Music Farm)

Last year, Lee appeared on the original sound track for hit drama series “Love in the Moonlight” with “Interlocked Fingers.”

The singer has also participated in bands such as Panic with Kim Jin-pyo and Carnival with Kim Dong-ryul.

(doo@heraldcorp.com)