YG Entertainment has released a statement responding to reports about Eun Ji Won solo album  in  News

Back by:  asian  on  January 10, 2019 03:03 PM

YG Entertainment has released a statement responding to reports about Eun Ji Won solo album

Sechs Kies Eun Ji Won is preparing a solo album. 
On October 10, YG Entertainment said, "Eun Ji-won is preparing for his solo album," but he said, "It's not a comeback in February." 

Eun Ji Won has been releasing his solo album since he released his solo debut album 'G' in 2000. 

The last solo album was the second mini-album 'Trauma' released in June 2015. If you release a new album in February, it is a solo comeback for 3 years and 8 months. 

Eun Ji-won, who is also actively working as a broadcaster, has been focusing on Yugi's singles team, which has been reunited with YG Entertainment since 1986 as a singer. 


Originally Jeksky was scheduled to release a new song at the end of last year, but his comeback was postponed due to the messy situation. Jekeskis has been reorganized into a four - member group after Kang Sung - hoon, who caused many controversies at the end of last year, withdrew. Eun Ji-won's solo project is anticipated to be the occasion to drive the team atmosphere. 

Eun Ji-won's solo album is under preparation from last year. In a radio broadcast last May, Eun Ji Won has announced that he has been receiving and arranging for a number of producers after signing with YG Entertainment. Yang Hyun-suk also said that he was recording Eun Ji-won's solo album through 'From YG' last October. 
If Eun-won's solo album is released in the first half of this year, it will be four years since last 2015. After the reunion, Eun Ji-won, who has been concentrating on Jeksky's activities, is interested in the color of his solo album. 

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