F.Cuz’s Yejun: Profile, Facts, Pre-debut, Activities

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Yejun Instagram: _simyejun_

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In September 2018, he made his solo debut in Korea with a digital single titled “AFTER SHOWER.” It was actually Yejun’s first Japanese single and marked his debut as a solo artist. “After Shower” is an R&B song with exciting rhyme, cool and funky electric guitar sound. It’s a song about preparing to go out with a pleasant imagination before the meeting. The song was produced by 주우형 (Project A+) and it was uploaded under Warner Music Korea.

In April 2019, he released another digital single titled “LOGOUT” as a TAG MUSIC ARTIST project. The song was composed by COCODOOBOOAPA, B.O, arranged by COCODOOBOOAPA, and written by B.O.

On May 25th, 2019, Yejun released his 2nd Japanese digital single titled “No More Cry.” The music video takes place in Yangjae Citizen’s Forest.

 

Filmography

Yejun has appeared in other musicians’ music videos. Check out the videos, here:

Activities

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Yejun has been active in both countries (Japan and South Korea) for many years with the group. He has regularly performed solo in Japan since 2018. Lately, in 2019, Yejun has appeared as a special guest of the mini-collection K-POP Edition Season 1 which took place at Shibuya WOMB on June 19th. Yejun also made a collaboration T-shirt with XXXY TOKYO modeled by him. The T-shirt was designed directly by Yejun.

In early 2020, PROJECT A+ hosted a fan meeting of Yejun in Tokyo, Japan. It was a duet live concert by Yejun and Daegeon of F.CUZ. It was the second time Yejun and Daegeon did a live concert together, the first one was held in 2019.

Recently, Yejun uploaded a cover song on his YouTube channel. He is singing BTS’ song “Dynamite.” He wrote in the description that his pronunciation is not really good. “We’ve covered ‘Dynamite’ by BTS! The wording may not be good enough to convey the lyrics, and there may be a lot of awkwardness, I would appreciate it if you think it’s cute.”

Check out Yejun’s cover of BTS’ “Dynamite,” here:

 

 

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