2PM’s Junho releases his sophomore Korean album, ‘Two’

He last released a Korean full-length in 2015.

2PM’s Junho isn’t one to rest on his laurels. While his boyband is on hiatus, the singer has busied himself with acting roles, concerts and now a sophomore Korean album, Two.

The K-pop idol shows his range on the comprehensive release, which features dance numbers like “DSMN,” the funky R&B song “So Sorry” and a piano-led ballad, “In the End.” The album was largely a collaboration between him and producer Hong Jisang—the duo wrote and composed ten of the LP’s 12 tracks.

Two also features tracks from Junho’s 2017 EP, Canvas, as well as Korean versions of his previous Japanese releases. The singer’s last full-length Korean album, the aptly titled One, was released in 2015.

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