MANILA, Philippines - Following the successful debut of Juris’ album in Korea, titled “If, You and Me,” the first Pinay mainstream artist to release an album in Korea will be performing live at “Green Plugged Seoul 2011” festival on May 14 at the Nanji Hangang Park.
“Green Plugged Seoul 2011” is a two-day, multi-stage international festival that offers a variety of art performances (concerts, exhibits, plays, dance, multi-media) in a springtime outdoor setting.
It aims at increasing awareness about the environment. It is one of the most successful new festivals in Seoul.
This year’s event will showcase 117 artists from all over the world, including Korea, Finland, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Sweden and the Philippines.
It would be recalled that Juris’ album yielded the hit song “Say You Love Me,” which topped the Korean charts, Cyworld and BGM for 3 months.
Juris’ Korean album features covers and songs written by Korean and Filipino composers.
The album is available in record bars in Korea and online at www.starrecords.ph, iTunes.com, and Amazon.com.
The digital album card version will be available in Astroplus record bars in early June for P99. It features 4 Korean songs which have been translated to English, namely, “Altogether Alone,” “Don’t Forget,” “If You and Me” and “Wishes.”