Korean actor and singer Yoon Sang-hyun will be releasing his second single album in Japan at the end of this month, according to his agency MGB Entertainment on Friday.
MGB announced in a press release that the single will go on sale in Japan on June 24, featuring three songs including title track "Jjikkayi" which was produced by Mori Daisuke who has worked with popular Japanese group SMAP, and the remake of 1985 Japanese hit song "Stay with Me Tonight."
Yoon will hold a fan meeting at the CC Lemon Hall in Shibuya in celebration of the release of his second single album, where the actor will high-five each one of his fans and take the stage for a mini-live concert.
Yoon made his debut in the SBS TV drama "Marrying a Millionaire" in 2005 and rose to fame last year after starring in the smash hit series "Queen of Housewives" and "My Fair Lady."
He released his first Japanese single "Saigo No Ame" in March which placed at No. 11 on the Oricon charts on the first day of going on sale.
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