Sun Min, the singer who has been receiving attention for the theme song of the movie, “The Foundering of Japan,” has released her second single in Japan.
Last year, Sun Min sang the theme song for “The Foundering of Japan” called “Keep Holding You,” with famous Japanese singer/song-writer Kubota Toshinobu. She sang the Korean version of the duet with Shinhwa member Shin Hye-sung.
Sun Min released her first Japanese single, “Koinokiseki” on December 6 last year.
She released her 2nd Japanese single, “Love You,” on the 28th and will begin full-scale promotions.
“Love You” is a heart-felt ballad. Before the release of the single, it gained popularity in Japan as the opening song of Fuji TV’s show “Friday Prestige,” which airs all over Japan.
Apart from “Love You,” Sun Min has also gained popularity with “The Rose,” the theme song from another Fuji TV show. “The Rose” is a remake of the Bette Midler classic and is also included as a bonus track on Sun-min’s new single.
“The Rose” gained massive popularity and placed 2nd on the Japanese Cable Foreign Song Chart during the 4th week of February and reached the top spot in the last week of February.
Sun Min is thankful for the support she’s received and promised to work hard for her fans.
Source: KBS World Radio