Park Bogum releases song ‘All My Love’ for fans ahead of military service

Park Bogum’s photo for his album (Twitter) 

Korean actor Park Bogum released the song “All My Love” as a gift to his fans ahead of his military enlistment at the end of this month.

The song was released on Aug. 10 (KST), the date of Park Bogum’s showbiz debut back in 2011, and is included in a mini-album with the same name containing the English and Korean, and instrumental versions, and a piano version of “Bloomin.”

The album became No. 1 on iTunes in the Philippines and Indonesia as of writing.  

In addition, a music video for the English version of “All My Love” was released on Aug. 9 on YouTube. 

Last June, it was announced that Park Bogum, 27, will be enlisting in the Korean Navy on Aug. 31. He passed the test and interview to join the Korean Navy’s military band--specializing in piano--and honor guard. 

He will be entering the Navy Education and Training Command in Changwon, South Korea to undergo five weeks of basic military training and will be part of the 669th Navy training course. He is expected to be discharged in April 2022. 

Singer-songwriter Sam Kim produced “All My Love,” which took about one year to be completed after Kim and the actor met last year. Sam Kim composed and arranged it, and wrote the English lyrics. 

Meanwhile, Park Bogum’s new K-drama “Record of Youth” together with actress Park So-dam will premiere on Sept. 7 on cable channel tvN. 

His popularity rose when he starred in the K-drama “Reply 1988,” which aired from November 2015 to January 2016 in South Korea. His other drama credits include “Love in the Moonlight” and “Encounter.”