Korean singer Kim Woojin will be making his awaited solo debut next month, his agency announced.
10x Entertainment released a timetable for Kim Woojin’s first mini-album “’The Moment: 未成年, A Minor.”
According to the agency, the 24-year-old singer’s first solo album will be released at 6 p.m. on Aug. 5 on all music sites.
Concept photos will be out from July 22 to 24, and he will be releasing a variety of content for fans for two weeks until Aug. 5 including audio teasers, tracklist, photos and music video teasers.
Kim Woojin released last July 8 the music video for his pre-debut single “Still Dream,” which has garnered 1.1 million views as of writing. He performed “Still Dream” on MBC’s “Music Core” program.
“Still Dream” is about pursuing a dream amidst frustrating trials encountered throughout the process.
“In this song, I participated in writing the lyrics. It was another experience to sing a song that I have actually written. I was thinking over and over. Feeling a little suffering from the experience, and it helped me understand the music,” he said during Twitter Blue Room live.
On his YouTube channel, Kim Woojin has uploaded a variety of videos such as songs covers including IU’s “Celebrity,” Lewis Capaldi’s “Before You Go” and Maroon 5’s “Sugar.”