Wooyoung has finally released his second Korean mini-album ‘When We Part’, along with two music clips.
The title track from the album is called ‘Don’t Cry’. With Wooyoung assisting in writing and composing this song (as well as all other tracks on the album). The song talks about the turmoil of emotions after a breakup. The song is describe as a contemporary country genre track that has pop elements.
Wooyoung’s music video for ‘Don’t Cry’
The second clip that was released from his album ‘When We Part’ was ‘Party Shots’. The track was originally released in Japan back in 2017.
The song is a complete departure from the title track ‘Don’t Cry’ and is a euro-dance style track with a heavy dose of synths.
The clip is perfectly suited to the genre as it looks like it was filmed in a club or in the midst of a wild party.
Wooyoung’s clip for ‘Party Shots’
The latest video to be released is ‘Don’t Act’ which was released as a special bonus clip for fans.
The song has a reggae beat that is enhanced by the use of tropical synths. This video is quite moody and evocative, as it’s been shot mostly in tones of red with Wooyoung pulling out the dance moves in an empty apartment. The song is about the aftermath of a bad breakup and written and composed by Wooyoung himself with Super Changddai.
Watch Wooyoung’s special clip ‘Don’t Act’
Recent reports have also suggested that the talented singer will be making his comeback on ‘M Countdown’ on January 18. It will mark his first solo appearance in five years.
We’ve previously been told that the 2PM performer will be holding concerts on February 10 and 11 and we’ll bring you those details as soon as they are released.
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Written and edited by Narelle