Taemin Releases “Goodbye”, the Korean Version of “Sayonara Hitori”

“Goodbye” is the Korean version of Taemin’s Japanese debut song/mini album.

On August 3rd, SHINee’s Taemin released the Korean version of his first Japanese mini album “Sayonara Hitori”. The album was originally released on July 27th in Japan. The album opens with the Korean version of the title track, called “Goodbye”.

The album has a total of six songs, “TIGER”, “Sekai de Ichiban Aishita Hito”, “Final Dragon”, the original version of Sayonara Hitori, and the Japanese version of “Press Your Number”. “Goodbye” is only available in Korea, but fytaem did a post on how to stream it.

Taemin will hold special stages on music shows this week to promote “Goodbye”. He’ll be on “Music Bank” on the 5th, “Show! Music Core” on the 6th, and “Inkigayo” on the 7th. Taemin also performed the song on Mnet’s dance competition show “Hit the Stage” with Koharu Sugawara, his choreographer for the song.

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