SEOUL, April 1 (Yonhap) -- Kim Jun-su, a member of the popular boy band JYJ, is set to drop his fourth full-length solo album in May, his agency said Friday.
After the release, Kim will go on tour across Asia, starting in Seoul in June, that will take him to such Japanese cities as Nagoya, Kobe and Tokyo, C-Jes Entertainment said.
The agency said the exact date for the album's release has not been decided yet but a song from the soundtrack of the sensational TV series "Descendants of the Sun" sung by Kim will likely be its final track.
Kim performed the song live during his solo concert held in Tokyo on Thursday as part of his Japanese tour that drew a combined 30,000 fans.
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