Ahn Jae-hyun & Seo In-guk Reunite After 12 Years in K.will’s Shocking Comeback

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On May 29th, Starship Entertainment made an exciting announcement: “K.will is concentrating hard on the final stages of his album with the goal of making a comeback in June.

We ask for a lot of anticipation and interest in K.will’s steps as he returns to the music industry after 6 years.”

This news has thrilled fans who have been eagerly waiting for K.will’s return. His last album, “The 4th Album Part.2 [想像; Mood Indigo],” was released in October 2018, and since then, his absence has been deeply felt in the music scene.

Adding to the excitement, actors Seo In-guk and Ahn Jae-hyun will star in the music video for K.will’s title track. This reunion is particularly special as it marks 12 years since they first collaborated on K.will’s iconic music video for “Please Don’t Do This” from his 3rd full-length album.

Their return to K.will’s new project is set to create an unprecedented collaboration that fans are eagerly anticipating.

K.will, who celebrated his 17th debut anniversary last March, made his debut with his first full-length album “Left Breast.” Since then, he has released numerous hits, including “The 3rd Album Part.2 ‘Love Blossom’,” “Starting Today,” and “1 Day.”

His 2nd full-length album “Missing, Missing, Missing” further cemented his status as a unique and beloved “luxury vocalist” in the Korean music industry.

His popularity is not limited to albums alone. K.will has been a consistent presence in the world of original soundtracks (OSTs). His contributions include the OST “In All My Time” from Genie TV’s original “Night Photo Studio,” “Beautiful in My Life” from JTBC’s “Beauty Inside,” and “Tell Me” from KBS2’s “Descendants of the Sun.”

These OSTs have reinforced his reputation as an “OST master,” a title well-deserved given his continued success and popularity.

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K.will’s influence extends beyond the music charts. He was recently inducted into the “Melon Hall of Fame,” compiled and announced by Korea’s largest music site, Melon.

This honor is a testament to his enduring appeal and the high regard in which he is held by both fans and industry professionals. His powerful vocals and musicality have earned him a place as a living legend in the ballad world.

Moreover, K.will has expanded his repertoire to include entertainment and musicals, showcasing his versatility as an artist. He has recently been captivating audiences in the lead role of “Pierre” in the musical “The Great Comet,” further demonstrating his broad range of talents.