Pentagon Kino is popular in India
Pentagon Kino is popular in India
Kino, a former member of the group Pentagon, is receiving attention from Indian media.

Indian media outlets such as Rollingstone India and ELLE India published Kino's first EP 'If this is love, I want a refund' on their official websites. An illuminating article was published.

Rolling Stone India noted that Kino's first EP ranked first on the Indian iTunes 'Top Album' chart. Rolling Stone India praised the song, saying, "All the songs on the album express raw emotions while also containing a keen interpretation of love. They provide listeners with a true listening experience." Additionally, the title 'golden boy' was given to Kino, who took a new leap forward as a solo artist.
Pentagon Kino is popular in India
Pentagon Kino is popular in India
Elle India and Pinkvilla paid attention to Kino's self-promotion at the 'Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival', a large American music festival, before the release of the EP. It was emphasized that Kino is actively interacting with global listeners with its creative ideas optimized for the short-form format. In fact, Kino is drawing sympathy through content that borrows fan-made choreography for the official challenge or shares the experience of a breakup to the title song 'Broke My Heart (feat. Lay Bankz)'.

Hindustan Times, a leading Indian daily newspaper, also introduced Kino, who has high vocal, performance, and producing abilities, as "an all-rounder in the K-pop world with diverse artistic abilities."

Kino's first EP 'If this is love, I want a refund' is an album that boldly and wittily expresses the various emotions of love felt throughout the entire process, from anger after a breakup to the moment of meeting new love. Kino not only wrote and composed all tracks, but also participated in the entire album production process.

Ten Asia Reporter Lee So-jeong forusojung@tenasia.co.kr translated by google