Wonho to Establish Himself as a Global Soloist with His Comeback ‘Lose’

Wonho will be commencing his comeback in five months and establish his position as the global trend.

With his first mini-album Love Synonym #1: Right for Me released back in September, Wonho has made a truly successful solo debut. His debut album proved his global popularity by topping the iTunes’ Worldwide Album Chart, entering the top of iTunes’ K-Pop Charts in 30 different regions, and not to mention the six Billboard charts it entered. Love Synonym #1: Right for Me was listed on charts including Billboard Albums, Heatseekers, Album Sales, Emerging Artist, and Current Album Sales. The title song “Open Mind” also recorded the 4th on the World Digital Song Sales Chart.

The foreign press also paid attention to Wonho’s solo debut. Forbes magazine even selected him as one of the K-Pop soloists who could break in America in 2021, recognizing his musicality and star quality. As such, Wonho has been showing his presence in the global music market by captivating listeners both at home and abroad. And now he will return with a new album after five months, to present a bigger music world of his.

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Unveiled on the 26th, Love Synonym #2: Right for Us is the second part of the previous album which gave love a new definition. Whilst the previous work signified Wonho’s appearance as a solo artist, this album will be expressing his universe by specifying the meaning of ‘Us’.


Wonho also worked as a producer on five of the eight new tracks, including the title track “Lose,” “BEST SHOT,” “WENEED,” “FLASH,” and “Outro: And.” The title song “Lose” is the work of a world-class producer Noah Conrad, and Wonho has participated in writing the lyrics to complete the song. With the artist’s whispering vocals, heavy electric bass, and guitar sounds, the song is to create the fullest synergy despite its minimal composition.


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