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Park Jin-young releases new album, makes stage comeback

All News 16:55 April 10, 2016

SEOUL, April 10 (Yonhap) -- Park Jin-young, singer and head of major entertainment agency JYP Entertainment, will return to the stage with a new album on Sunday.

The songs "Still Alive" and "Fire" contained in Park's digital single album "Still Alive" will be uploaded on major online music sites at 7:30 p.m., according to the agency.

Shortly before the release, the music producer and singer will perform the song "Still Alive" on the "K-pop Star 5," SBS TV's pop audition program where he appears as a jury member, it said.

The music video of "Fire" was unveiled on the American talk show "Conan" at noon (Korea time). The video drew much attention for featuring the show host Conan O'Brien during his visit to South Korea in February to shoot portions of the show.

Park's self-composed song "Fire" is a combination of 80s' funk and rock genres.

"Still Alive," whose music video was out on Saturday, is a song that frankly and cheerfully portrays Park's 22-year-long career in the music industry as a singer and producer.

Debuting in 1994, Park has many hit songs such as "Don't Leave Me" (1994), "Elevator" (1995), "She Was Pretty" (1996), "Honey" (1998) and "The House That You Live In" (2007) and "Who's Your Mama?" (2015). He also leads JYP Entertainment that manages hot K-pop acts such as 2PM, Wonder Girls, missA and TWICE.


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