Ex-NU’EST member Kim Jong-hyun to release solo album in November


By AGENCY

Kim, formerly known as JR of the now-disbanded team, will come out with his first solo music in November – Photo: Evermore Entertainment

Kim Jong-hyun, formerly of NU’EST, will come out with his first solo music in November, agency Evermore Entertainment said Wednesday.

He will drop a solo EP that will demonstrate his expanding musical spectrum, added the company. Kim, formerly known as JR of the now-disbanded team, signed with the agency in May. He held a fan meet event on his own for the first time in July.

The former leader of NU’EST branched out into acting as well and starred in the rom-com series Let Me Be Your Knight last year. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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