SEOUL, Korea, Nov 01 (Korea Bizwire) – Shin Seung-Hoon, one of Korea’s all-time best ballad singers, is back after four years of hiatus with a new album. The title song “Sorry” in the latest album “Great Wave” released on October 23 has been listed on top positions in major music charts, which signaled the return of the king of ballad.
On the 27th, Psy, the nation’s best-known singer across the world, posted a Tweet about Shin “the most romantic singer and songwriter in Korea” in his Twitter page, with a link to the song “Sorry” on YouTube. The title song is a Brit-pop song created by six years of musical experimentation. It was said Shin insisted on mixing the song four times over until he was satisfied. It is a music video you can see easily how brilliant Shin’s composition and vocal abilities.
Debuted in 1990, Shin Seung-Hoon released his first album “Reflection of You in Your Smile” in the early 1990s. All his seven albums were million sellers, with as many as 15 million cumulative copies sold to date. Why don’t you sit back and listen to “Sorry” while looking back on your days in the nineties?