SM Entertainment has been releasing a slew of soloist this past year, and now, Kim RyeoWook is set to join his label mates with his own album.
SM has many great soloists that span across the years, but in August of 2014 they started releasing a bunch of new soloists starting with SHINee’s TaeMin, Super Junior’s ZhouMi and KyuHyun, then SHINee’s JongHyun, f(x)’s Amber, both YunHo and ChangMin of TVXQ, and Girls’ Generation’s TaeYeon.
Previously, Super Junior’s Henry release his own solo album back in 2013. He marked the first male soloist SM had in 13 years. Now in 2016, RyeoWook will be joining that roster.
RyeoWook is the second youngest member in Super Junior, and is part of two sub units: Super Junior – M and Super Junior – K.Y.R. He is also known for his extensive discography in original soundtrack songs and musical productions. In a recent interview with PlayDB, while he was speaking on his newest character of Christopher for the stage production of ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,’ he spoke about working on his upcoming solo album along with the struggles of his first play.
Ryeowook told the interviewer that, “I want to show myself as the singer Ryeowook before I have to enlist next year, so I’m currently preparing for that. My album should be coming out soon, too. In the end, I just want to show whatever image I can on stage, whether that image be as a singer, as a variety talent, or as an actor. I really feel that it would be great if everyone could be happy because of me.”
As a fan of all the groups from Super Junior, I definitely love RyeoWook’s vocals and look forward to his upcoming solo debut. Are you excited as well? Let us know.
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