Joo is making a debut and honestly I have no idea who that is. It's under Woollim Entertainment, but what I think is that Woollim is supposed to put out a boy group, but they are strategically doing it much like LOONA is releasing their group. It will be a gradual thing over time. Joo might be the first member. Or maybe I'm completely wrong and this is the full group. I don't know. Joo is here though with the song “Late in the Morning”.
Well although I don't understand what was happening in the music video, I definitely got a loneliness vibe from it. A guy was making tea, checking the furnace and then gets back upstairs again and cries. The video had a story but not deep enough of a story. If it had had some back story, maybe flashbacks, the story would have been a lot more interesting. Either way it was still interesting.
Also, so I realize that Joo is not a boy or a boy group. I looked her up and it turns out she is a solo artist under Woollim Entertainment and the younger sister of Il Hoon of BTOB. Her style of singing is similar to BoA's when she does ballad tracks. She seems rather experienced with her vocal abilities. The song was pretty much just piano and her voice and it gives me chills hearing powerful songs like these that are so raw and simple.
Well I hope you enjoyed my review of “Late in the Morning” by Joo. Support her by streaming the video on Woollim Entertainment's official channel. Please like and share this review as well as leaving a comment below. I'd like to thank you for supporting me and I'll see you in the next one.
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