With the release of a new song in Japan, singer Se7en is igniting his activities abroad.
According to YG Entertainment on April 7, Se7en will release his new single Love Again in Japan on April 25.
The star gave his last performance in SBS’s Inkigayo on March 25 and wrapped up his activities in Korea. Now he is to focus on his activities in Asia, in the countries like China and Singapore, by starting off in Japan with the release of his new single.
When he returned to TV in Korea after three-year hiatus, Se7en received a lot of fans’ love and support with the songs “When I Can’t Sing” and “Somebody Else.” The former one was composed by Park Jin Young and is classified as a RB while the latter is an electronic dance music.
A staff member of the agency says to Starnews, “The song ‘Love Again’ will only be released in Japan. It is a dance-pop with a distinctive charm of Se7en. In May, he will hold a showcase in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Osaka to celebrate his new album release.”
The singer’s first Japanese single was released in 2005, along with the release of seven different singles and one official album during the two following years. He has enjoyed tremendous popularity and even earned a nickname “Ven-Sama.”