South Korean singer Kim Yeon-woo has signed with Mystic89, the agency announced Friday.
Kim’s new entertainment agency, South Korean record label which headed by singer Yoon Jong-shin, said it would fully support Kim’s work.
“We signed a contract with Kim on Sept. 27. Please look forward to the country’s best vocalist’s synergy effect alongside us,” said Mystic89.
Other singers such as Park Ji-yoon and Kim Lim have exclusive contracts with the firm.
Making his debut in 1998, the 43-year-old singer is dubbed as “the god of vocals” for his outstanding singing talent. He gained popularity and favorable comments especially when he appeared in 2011 on “I am a Singer,” a TV contest for professional vocalists, in which he remade old Korean pop songs, such as “Is it Still Beautiful?” and “If you are Like Me.”
Kim is currently preparing for a concert which to be held from Dec. 21-25, at Yonsei University in Seoul.
By Im Woo-jung, Intern reporter