Jang Geunsuk?s song "200 Miles" chosen as theme song for Japanese anime
On May 8th, Oricon Style reported that Jang Geunsuk’s song titled “200 Miles” will be featured as the theme song for an ongoing Japanese anime called “Fairy Tail.” The song will also be included in his first full-length Japanese album, “Just Crazy,” that will be released on May 30th in three different editions.
The album will contain eleven tracks total, with the title track “Crazy Crazy Crazy,” his Japanese debut song, “Let Me Cry,” and other songs such as “Rain” and “In My Dream,” which he performed during his concert tour last year.
Jang Geunsuk debuted in Japan in May of last year with “Let Me Cry,” which rose to the top of the Oricon singles chart upon its release. Currently, the actor and singer is starring in the KBS drama, “Love Rain,” with Girls’ Generation's Yoona.
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