Friday, July 26, 2013
[News] 2PM′s Junho Takes Over Music and Acting Across Korea and Japan
2PM's Junho has been bombing J-Pop, while at the same time taking over the big screen in Korea.
On July 24, the singer released his first solo album Kimi no Koe in Japan, landing on no. 1 in Tower Records' charts and no. 3 on Oricon's daily chart. For Tower Records, he stayed on the top for two days in a row.
Kimi no Koe was produced by Junho himself with all songs composed and lyricized by him, adding more meaning to the success of his album.
He has been touring Japan since July 9, going through Sapporo, Fukuoka, Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo.
In Korea, on the other hand, he's successfully debuted on the big screen through the film Cold Eyes, gathering a 4.5 million audience.
Junho said through his agency to enews on July 26 about his success, "I'm so thankful and happy to hear the good news, made able thanks to your great love. I'll make sure to do my best to repay that love. Thank you again."
Junho will next perform at his solo concert in Tokyo from July 29-31.