Park Bo Gum will release his special single with the title "All My Love" for his fans ahead of military enlistment....
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Park Bo Gum will release his special single with the title "All My Love" for his fans ahead of military enlistment.
Actor Park Bo Gum will be releasing a special single for his fans, titled "All My Love".
According to the actor's label, Park Bo Gum's upcoming single was written, composed, and produced by singer/songwriter Sam Kim. The elegant ballad track accentuates Park Bo Gum's soft and melodic voice and is set for release worldwide on August 10 - Park Bo Gum's debut date.
In addition, fans can look forward to a limited edition, physical single album release of 'All My Love' on August 12 in both Korean and Japan. Meanwhile, Park Bo Gum is currently awaiting the results of his audition with the navy's music corps. If he is accepted, fans will have to bid Park Bo Gum goodbye for a short while as he'll enlist for his mandatory military service duties on August 31.
Park Bo Gum is currently focussing on his upcoming productions including his tvN drama 'Record of Youth' and his new film 'Wonderland'.
Park Bo Gum 's agency entire letter:
"Actor Park Bo-gum prepared a song gift called 'All My Love' for his fans.
All My Love is a song written, composed, and produced by singer-songwriter Sam Kim, and has a lyrical melody and Park Bo-gum's unique sweet voice.
In time for our debut anniversary, our new album will be released on music services worldwide on August 10, and our single album will be released simultaneously in Korea and Japan on August 12.
The album's designs and tracks are the same in Korea and Japan, and will be sold in limited quantities in Korea (except for the Japanese lyrics).
We will inform you of the details in a later notice.
Please give a lot of support to the song 'All My Love', which is about the actor's heart towards the fans."