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TWICE's Jihyo, Free Energy with Music

Jihyo is set to launch as a solo artist by releasing her mini first album 'ZONE' and the title song 'Killin' Me Good' on August 18th. On the 7th, she first revealed a concept photo exuding cool charisma through her official SNS channel, and on the 8th at midnight, she unveiled four more images with a relaxed and refreshing mood.

In the pictures, Jihyo charmingly portrays herself as an owner of bright charm like sunshine and an artist immersed in music. She is seen working with music while holding an instrument in a studio filled with LPs and speakers, sitting in a chair under outdoor sunlight with a pleasant smile and enjoying her leisure time, showing various facets. Interest both domestically and internationally is rising towards Jihyo's high-quality solo debut, in which she reveals her genuine self one by one.

Jihyo's first mini album 'ZONE' features a total of 7 songs, including the title song 'Killin' Me Good', 'Talkin' About It (Feat. 24kGoldn)', 'Closer', 'Wishing On You', 'Don't Wanna Go Back (Duet with Heize)', 'Room', 'Nightmare'. True to an album showing 'Jihyo' herself, she personally participated in the composition of all 6 songs besides the title track, infusing the entire album with musical ability and sincerity.

The title song 'Killin' Me Good' is characterized by its rhythmical and groovy sound, highlighting Jihyo's unique emotions and rich voice tone. JYP Entertainment's representative producer Park Jin-young wrote the lyrics, and notable songwriters like Melanie Fontana, Lindgren, Monsters and Strangers writer Marcus Lomax, etc., joined forces.

Meanwhile, Jihyo will decorate the climax of the most passionate season by releasing her mini first album 'ZONE' and the title song 'Killin' Me Good' on August 18th (Friday) at 1 PM (midnight Eastern Standard Time).

Photo provided by JYP Entertainment


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