• September 9, 2021

When will Irish Sun’s Kim Sun Young join K-pop?

Suns is set to release its first album in 10 years on October 13.

The band’s first single “I Feel Love” will be the first single to be released in the series, which will be hosted by Kim Sun. 

The group has been in a hiatus for more than a year due to a hip hop battle with Korean idol group Big Bang. 

K-pop groups usually don’t release albums in this time period, but Suns recently started a campaign to get their songs to appear on Korean radio stations. 

“I felt a lot of sadness in the beginning,” Sun said in a recent interview.

“I was really worried that I wouldn’t be able to reach out to people who love me in the U.S., and I feel like it’s only fair to make it easier for people to get to know me and see my face.”

Suns is the second member to join Kpop after Kim Ki Hyun, who is the first K-Pop singer. 

Suns and Kim Ki Kyung have a close relationship since they worked together on the reality show “My Love Song,” where Sun and Kim have been cast as the lead roles.

Sun and Ki Hyung also teamed up on a new song that will appear on the group’s next album, titled “I Am You.”

Sun is known for his high energy and emotional energy.

Sun said that the song will be about how Sun feels in the moment and how he needs to do something for others to feel happy.

Sun’s first solo album, called “I Will,” will be released on October 12. 

It is not clear if Sun will be able get on stage with K-suns. 

However, Sun said he is eager to perform in the new K-drama series.

“The main focus of the K-music scene right now is on TV dramas and reality shows,” he said.

“We’re going to be focusing on music, but the Kpop scene is also about people’s lives, so I really want to make something with the fans.

The fans are so important for me.

I want to take care of them, and I think that I will be successful with it.” 

Kim Sun is currently a student at Northwestern University.

Sun was born on December 31, 1995.

He is currently studying in the School of Art and Design at the University of Southern California.