Tweet Hwanhee, formerly of Fly To The Sky (FTTS), was in Tokyo on April 27 for a fan meeting. The talent said that he wants to compete in the Japanese market. Watch out: ‘Here I come, Japan!’ His fan meeting named H SOUL Hajimari marks the 28 year old’s eagerness to cross over to the Japanese market. H SOUL is the title of the South Korean singer’s first solo album. It’s good to see the talent out and about again. At the end of 2009, Hwanhee had to quickly end promotional activities for his single Bring It Back because of health problems. Now that he’s healthy again, let’s hope we get to hear more of him . Is Hwanhee on Twitter?
Tweet Four popular singers are all set to go green! Brian Joo (formerly of Fly to the Sky), Kim Hyung-joon (SS501), Shindong (Super Junior) and Jo Kwon (2AM) will topline an environment programme entitled Find it! Green Gold. Green guys: (l-r) Kim Hyung-joon, Shindong, Brian Joo and Jo Kwon The SBS programme sees the celebs riding their environmental-friendly bikes in search of places with environmental problems. They will then offer their solutions for them. Poses: ‘Alright, go ahead and pick the cheesy pose you like.’ Hwaiting!: ‘The guys wish for great ratings for their show.’ Find it! Green Gold will air (in South Korea) on Sept 14 at 6:25pm. The stars of the show held a press conference in Seoul recently and below are pics from the photoshoot. Kim Hyung-joon is lookin’ mighty fine . ‘Other guys turn green when they standnext to me.’ ‘Yeah, I can’t spin around anymore, I’m starting to seegreen spots.’ ‘I see that green light blinking on the camera, is it on?’ ‘Uh huh, I left my new green shoes at home.’ Source: Hankooki & K Bites
Tweet Hwanhee (left) and Brian have decide to part ways Awesome duo, Fly to the Sky released their 8th album entitled Decennium (i guess it alludes to the duo being together for 10 years!) last month. Brian and Hwanhee are now busy promoting their newly launched album and have been appearing on many Korean programs (television & radio), namely Lee Hana’s Peppermint (6 March), Music Core, Love Request, Yashimmanman (9 March) and of course Mnet Countdown. Brian (left) and Hwanhee on Yashimmanman Hwanhee mentioned on Lee Hana’s Peppermint that this will be their last album as Fly to the Sky. Brian will be moving on to an acting career, while Hwanhee will focus on his solo singing career (I actually thought it would be the other way around since Hwanhee has been appearing in dramas). This sounds like an official split for FTTS. I was quite sad to hear this because i really really like this R&B duo. Brian’s crisp clear vocals compliments Hwanhee’s deep husky voice perfectly. Where else can you find such a match! It’s such a joy listening to them that i am sad it has come to an end. When i mentioned this to Liz (who’s
Tweet Duet: Serenading each other with Endless Love They were “man and wife” on the TV show We Got Married. Now that that’s over, it doesn’t mean they’ve quit doing nice things for each other…especially on Valentine’s Day. Hwanhee, one-half of R&B duo Fly to the Sky ditched his own comeback performance halfway (getting his partner Brian Joo to hold down the fort for him) and popped into Hwayobi’s concert for a surprise duet of Endless Love. Flowers: ‘Here, these flowers are for you.’ Whoopsie: ‘Seriously Hwanhee, I thought you knew I likedred roses, not these whatchamacallit.’ Smiling thru the pain: Hwanhee stands and takes it as Hwayobigives him a shelling for getting the wrong flowers Whack: Knowing she can’t stay mad for long at that surgically-enhancedgorgeous mug, Hwayobi playfully smacks her “ex-hubby”(Oooh, let me at him! ) The “Dog Poop” (Gaettongi) couple serenaded each other with the saccharine sweet love song to the excitement of all Hwanyobi fans. Awww, aren’t they cute together? Check out the fancam of their performance below: Source: MSN News & Newsen Related:Fly to the Sky to release new album in Feb 2009Fly to the Sky celebrates 10th anniversary
Tweet Barring any glitches, R&B duo Fly to the Sky(FTTS) will be dropping their 8th album in February. It will be called Decenium. FTTS: Their latest – and 8th – album will be unleashed in Feb 2009 One-half of the pair Brian Joo left a message to his fans at the FTTS Eternity Forum recently. In it, the 28-year-old revealed that they have completed recording the album and are currently working on the final touches to the tracks. “The album should most likely be out mid-February or even earlier. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope that this one really tops the charts,” Brian wrote. Going strong: Hwanhee (left) and Brian have been inshowbiz for 10 years Fly to the Sky celebrated a decade in the music industry on Jan 10. Their latest album entitled Decenium alludes to their 10 years in showbiz . Related:Fly to the Sky celebrates 10th anniversaryHwanhee spotted at airport
Tweet Birthday boys: Brian Joo (left) and Hwanhee blow out the candleson their anniversary/ birthday cake Whoa, they’ve been in the entertainment industry for 10 years already? They are early bloomers, I tell ya. On Jan 10, Fly to the Sky duo Brian Joo and Hwanhee celebrated their 10th anniversary. They debuted in 1999. The pair held a party-cum-fan meeting at the Grand Hilton Seoul Hotel at 6.30pm. In addition to that, the pair also celebrated their birthdays with their fans! Brian turned 28 on Jan 10 while Hwanhee will turn 27 on Jan 17. A decade together: ‘Yes, yes, we still love and respect eachother after all these years….’ Cake cutting:‘…but that doesn’t mean I can’t sever the head on thatMini-Me doll of yours, Brian! Bwah ha ha ha ha.’ During the party, the pair announced that they were in the midst of completing their 8th album. The long player is set to hit stores at the end of Jan. You know, while in Seoul last November, we bought Fly to the Sky’s Recollection album…and I absolutely lurve it. The entire album is in both my MP3 players! I’ve always enjoyed Hwanhee’s strong vocals and needless to say, my
Tweet Yo K-popped! friends in the Big Apple, what are you doing on Aug 31? If you answered “watch paint dry”, then let me tell you about a Kpop event that might interest you. Flying solo: Brian Joo will be going solo forhis performance in NY Brian Joo – 1/2 of the Fly to the Sky duo – will be performing at Club Duvet in New York City on Aug 31. I wonder what language he’s going to sing in…and what songs? If you are going for the event, do tell us what went on, OK? Anyhoo, you must be age 21 and above to enter the club. Details below: Day/ Date: Sunday/ August 31, 2008 (Malaysia celebrates our 51st year of independence! Yay!)Venue: Duvet Nightclub @ 45 West 21 Street, New York, NY 10002 – between 5th and 6th Avenues (Don’t ask K-popped! for directions because we are as lost as you)Age restriction: 21 and above (Hey you over there, put away the fake ID, ya hear?)Dress code: Upscale attire – No exceptions! (Wah, so classy one ah?)DJ: Chi nen and EML a.k.a. Big Mike (Uh, huh yeah OK. Same to you.)Music: Hip-hop/ throwback/ modern (Darn, I was looking
Tweet DBSK’s Xiah Junsu sings the Korean national anthem at the 6th Hollywood Bowl, Korean Music Festival 2008.[Pic credit: 13miracles] What actually went down at the 2008 Korean Music Festival? I heard that it was an absolute success. Concert goers who went had a blast! You can read all about it in the forums. Everyone had such a good time that i wished i was in LA that weekend so i could attend the concert. It was a truly Hallyu star-studded event hosted by Brian Joo (FTTS) and Ock Ju Hyun, artists such as Fly to the Sky, Dong Bang Shin Ki (TVXQ), SG Wannabe, Super Junior T, Girls’ Generation (SNSD), Lee Minwoo, Chae Yeon and others (others meaning, i read the names, but they seem foreign to me) shared the stage. Where : Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA When : Saturday, May 17, 2007 Time : 6:30 – 11pm Oh what a night! Were you there? Did you have a good time? Brian Joo and Ock Ju Hyunwere hosts for the evening DBSK’s Xiah Junsu opens the show by singing the Korean national anthem backed by a black choir. Now how did that go? Chae Yeon and her dancers hit
Tweet Poster for the concert in San Francisco Lucky fans in America will be able to watch Fly to the Sky perform live. The pair will be performing in Los Angeles on July 25 and San Francisco on July 27. The boys will serenade fans at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA and the Chabot College Performing Arts Center in SF. But before Brian Joo and Hwanhee head West, they are scheduled to tour Korea and Japan in early and mid-July respectively. For fans interested to attend the San Francisco show, you can purchase tickets online at ONEGEN Productions. Have you bought your ticket(s) already?
Tweet Fans of the R&B duo Fly to the Sky are very excited that the Recollection Album will be released on April 24, 2008. It’s a special cover album in tribute to the fabulous 90s. Recollection contains the duo’s tantalizing covers of familiar hits such as Kim Dong Ryul’s Chi joong jin dam (Track 2), Panic’s Dal peng ee (“Snail” – Track 6), Park Ki Young’s Majimak Sarang (“Last Love” – Track 3), Cool’s Hanjang eh choo uk (Track 10), and Turbo’s Whe Sang (Track 4). You can purchase the album from YesAsia! For Malaysians and Singaporeans, it’s better to pre-order via the fan club as you will get a free poster and also maybe save on shipping cost as they are ordering by bulk. Price – S$18 or MYR42 not inclusive of shipping cost. Place your order for the FTTS Recollection Album Related:Do you want Fly to the Sky Remake Album?