Lee Junho will release the 2023 fall special single ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’.
- By: Nat.O
- 1 month ago
Singer and actor Lee Junho will release the 2023 fall special single ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’.
‘Can I’ is a local special single released in celebration of Lee Junho’s 10th anniversary of his solo debut in Japan, and it presents the long-awaited Korean version for many fans.
Lee Junho participated in writing the lyrics for ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’, and he collaborated with the renowned songwriter Hong Ji-sang, known for creating numerous hit songs in the music industry, for lyrics, composition, and arrangement.
Lee Junho’s ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’ is an elegant, groovy, medium-tempo R&B song. It delivers a delicate serenade that melts frozen hearts. Emphasizing elements such as the kick and bassline, the song’s sound arrangement, combined with Lee Junho’s pure and deep vocals, creates beautiful synergy.
This new song release is expected to be a special musical moment that captures Lee Junho’s shining moments and marks a memorable time with fans.
Recently, Lee Junho kicked off his first solo fan meeting tour, ‘JUNHO THE MOMENT 2023,’ where he met Asian fans. Starting in Taipei on October 14th, he created happy memories with the local audience. During this event, he surprised fans by performing ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’ along with his solo songs ‘Nobody Else’ and ‘CANVAS.’ With the addition of ‘Can I (Korean Ver.),’ it is expected to enhance the warmth and connection with the audience through a performance that allows fans to experience the artist Lee Junho.
Lee Junho’s special single ‘Can I (Korean Ver.)’ was officially released through various music streaming sites at 6 PM on the 3rd. Following this, he will hold exclusive fan meetings in eight Asian regions, including Macao on the 4th, Manila on the 11th, Kuala Lumpur on the 18th, Jakarta on the 25th, Hong Kong on December 2nd, Singapore on the 8th, and Bangkok on the 10th. During these events, he will spend precious time interacting with fans.
Listen to the Japanese M/V of “Can I” here