JYJ Announces its First Korean Album, In Heaven. What is Kim Jaejoong’s Self-Composed Song Like?
JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) is releasing its first album in Korean.
JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment revealed on September 6th: “JYJ plans to release a Korean-language regular album of In Heaven.”
JYJ has prior to this released its first worldwide album The Beginning in October, 2010 and also announced through the world tour new songs including the songs composed by the members. This album is akin to a special album that contains those songs.
The title song of this album which contains ten songs including Get Out and You’re is one that Kim Jaejoong has written and composed – In Heaven, with the outstanding sensitivities of a tragic R&B ballad.
With the album release, C-JeS also gathered the interest of the fans through its home page by releasing the 1-minute version of the In Heaven teaser. In the video, Kim Junsu announced a sad love story with Song Jihyo and showed a warm couple who enjoy a date and heartwringing scenes of shedding tears and so made it possible to predict the birth of a music video like a movie. Further, Song Jihyo showed off her appeal to her heart’s content with the acting of her eyes particular to her.
About this, JYJ relayed their thoughts: “The release of this album has a deep significance that is different from our release of the worldwide album. This is an album made up of the songs created by the members. As we are saying hello to the domestic fans for the first time in a long while, we have much expectations.”