One of GMA Artist Center’s young stars is back in Manila from Korea where he video-taped a music video and appeared in several TV shows as guest. Before flying back to the Philippines, Julian Trono made a guest appearance in Show Champion, a Korean musical variety show that airs on MBC, a major TV network in Korea.
Julian performed his first single ‘Wiki Me’ in the show. The same single was officially launch in the Philippines last Sunday on GMA Network’s musical variety program Sunday All Stars.
Julian worked with the different K-Pop groups and artists while in Korea. He also shot a music video, and met a number of performing arts students at the prestigious Kimpo College.
He was also recently featured in Arirang’s Korea Today, a morning news magazine program on Korean culture featauring food, fashion, and entertainment. He was also interviewed in TV Chosun and in various newspapers and magazines.
He was introduced as a promising artist, who trains exhaustively in the Philippines and in Korea to learn the styles of K-Pop and debuting as a singer-dancer in the Philippines.
“After performing sa Show Champion, mas na-excite akong umuwi to launch the single. Feeling ko kasi, since I was able to perform well in a different country, mas dapat kong magawa ‘yun dito,” says the teen idol.
Julian Trono’s, ‘Wiki Me’ is released by GMA Records worldwide. The digital single is now available on iTunes and other digital stores.
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