Another reason to hate on 2006′s Miss Korea (and new actress) Honey Lee? After all, she’s gorgeous (and a Miss Universe finalist), a talented musican (majoring in classical instruments like the gayageum), smart (went to Seoul National University), and is expanding her career to include not only acting but now also singing. If that ain’t a target for anti-fandom, I don’t know what is.
Honey Lee teams up with Shinhwa balladeer Shin Hye-sung, this time showing off her singing skills (she’d trained as a vocalist under YG and reportedly picked up vocal lessons in preparation for this collaboration).
Shin has previously recorded duets with two other female singers — with Kang Suji on his first solo album and Lyn on his project album — and this third comes on his upcoming third album, to go on sale August 26. The duet is called “A Good Day to Love” [사랑하기 좋은 날] and is written by the songwriter behind Brian’s solo track “Don’t Go” and Lee Ji-hoon’s “I’m Sorry, My Heart,” Ha Jung-ho (so, going by those examples, we can expect this song to be a melodic ballad).
Shin Hye-sung is scheduled to take the stage on August 24′s Inki Gayo (Popular Music).
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