The wait is over! Wonho, finally released his highly anticipated solo debut mini album, “WONHO 1ST MINI ALBUM Part. 1 Love Synonym #1 : Right for Me.” The mini album consists of eight tracks that all showcase not only the singer’s vocal talent, but also his innate skills in songwriting, composition, and musical production.

The title “Love Synonym” symbolizes a new start that is different from Wonho’s music style and performances that he has shown before. “Love Synonym” is Wonho’s own definition of love expresses his  pledges and determinations that he will communicate with his fans. Wonho shared his earnestness by participating in writing and composing five songs, including the title track “Open Mind” and the pre-released single “Losing You.”

“After the release of “Losing You,” I wanted to come up with a rhythmical-upbeat song. I love the bass line of this song, and I feel like when you hear it, you want to jump and dance! let’s all have some fun.”

-Wonho

“Open Mind” is a rhythmical, dreamy-like electronic pop track, with a deep bass and compositional build-up. This title track talks about Wonho’s determination to begin his new world with an open mind and was released in both Korean and English to communicate his feelings to both his domestic and international fans, WENEE. The emotional song “I Just,” in which Wonho participated in the lyrics and composition, blends a beautiful melody with a calm feeling of loneliness.


Online Concert

WONHO DEBUT SHOWCASE <Love Synonym (#1) : Right for Me>

Following the mini album’s release, ‘WONHO DEBUT SHOWCASE <Love Synonym (#1) : Right for Me>’ was broadcasted live on Naver’s V Live where Wonho announced his upcoming concert. “I’m telling you this for the very first time today. It’s nothing insane, but for the fans who waited for me for a long time, I’m preparing an online concert.” He continued, “There are songs that I haven’t been able to show you today that are from the album and I’ll be able to share more with you.” 

The online concert will take place on Sunday, September 27.

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