BY Adrienne Stanley | Nov 25, 2015 12:49 PM EST
Lee Min Ho released a single titled, "The Day," as a gift to his dedicated fans.
On November 25, the Hallyu star dropped his latest two-track single album, which is a follow-up to his July 2015 release, "Thank You."
The 28-year-old actor, whose discography also includes "My Everything" and "Song for You," has released special singles throughout his career, as an expression of his gratitude to his fanbase.
His breakout single, "My Everything," from the "Boys Over Flowers" soundtrack emerged as a quintessential piece for the star, who is reluctant about delivering pop vocal stages. The single led to the 2013 release of a seven-track album, which carried the same time.
"The Day" includes the tender title ballad and "I Love You," a melodic track that is infused with gentle guitars. The single album follows his recent Best New Actor win at the 52nd Daejong Film Awards, for his breakout movie role in "Gangnam 1970."
Speculation has increased amongst his fans, as Lee was included on the list of attendees for the 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards, which will be held at Kyung Hee University on November 26. He is nominated for the Best New Actor award at the ceremony for his portrayal of Kim Jong Dae in the retro crime noir.
While Lee denies that he is interested in pursuing a music career, his live show was listed as one of the top concerts of 2014 in China.
He is expected to infuse his rich vocals with anecdotes and special segments during his upcoming "talk concert," which will be held on January 16.
Meanwhile, Lee continues his foray into film, as he continues to shoot the upcoming Korean-Chinese blockbuster, "Bounty Hunters."
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