Lee Jun-ho to release 'Nothing But You' on Wednesday

The album cover for singer and actor Lee Jun-ho's upcoming digital single ″Nothing But You″ [JYP ENTERTAINMENT]

Singer and actor Lee Jun-ho, also known as Junho of boy band 2PM, is set to release his new digital single "Nothing But You" on Wednesday.

"Nothing But You" is a blend of R&B and ballad genres, where Junho himself composed the music and wrote the lyrics, according to his agency JYP Entertainment.

The new digital single is a Korean version of the eponymous soundtrack from the Japanese movie "Rose and Tulip" (2019). "Rose and Tulip" was Junho's Japanese movie debut.

The release comes three weeks after single "Can I (Korean Ver.)," released on Nov. 3.

"Nothing But You" was revealed in front of Junho's fans for the first time in his meet-and-greet and tour, "Junho The Moment 2023," on Oct. 14 in Taipei, Taiwan.

Singer and actor Lee Jun-ho [JYP ENTERTAINMENT]

Junho embarked on his Asia tour, "Junho The Moment 2023," in August in Taiwan and performed in Macao, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia in November. He is scheduled to continue his tour in Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand in December.

Junho debuted as a member of 2PM in 2008 under JYP Entertainment. The band is known for "Heartbeat" (2009), "My House" (2015) and "Hands Up" (2011). He started his acting career with film "Cold Eyes" (2013) and is recognized for his roles in TV shows "Good Manager" (2017), "The Red Sleeve" (2021) and "King the Land."

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