South Korean pop singer Jang Nara performs at her concert in Beijing on Thursday, April 10, 2008, for celebrating the release of her third album. [Photo: ent.sina.com.cn]
South Korean singer and actress Jang Nara gave a mini-concert in Beijing on Thursday evening to preheat her third album in the Chinese pop music scene, "Dream of Asia."
The album includes 26 songs and 5 languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Japanese and English which clearly shows her goal of rocking all of Asia.
Jang Nara has also for the first time tried speaking a Chinese dialect. She says that singing the Cantonese songs was her biggest challenge while producing the album. In the album, she sings a well-known Chinese love song, "The Moon Represents My Heart" both in mandarin and in Cantonese.
At the concert, wearing a red cheong-sam, Jang Nara also sang the Olympics song "Dream of Asia," to express her best wishes for the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games.