[Fan Account] A summary of Melodeels project

October 12, 2016 in Fan Account, Fans' works, Music, Video by tenshi_akuma (Japan)

I’m honored to have joined this project as a member. Eels from 5 continents united and made songs for our beloved Jang Keun Suk.

Credit: Eme Zikzin from ECI
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This project was a dream that began in November 2014 and began to execute in August 2015, to be completed in August 2016.

A community of Eels, (Jang Keun Suk’s fans), from different countries around the world.

Some are professional musicians, singers and amateur writers. Most of us are from different background, professionals, housewives who interact daily through social networks, share and learn more about Jang Keun Suk, to form friendships, support each other as a family and to support JKS to achieve his goals.

Eels from
16 countries,
5 continents
for uri Asia Prince
From Europe: Italy, France, Russia
From Africa: Egypt, Morocco
From Asia: Philippines, Jordan, Russia, Japan
From Australia: Australia
From America: Panama, Venezuela, Argentina, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, USA

19 songs, completely made by EELS
from 5 continents, 16 countries
with the collaboration of 9 groups
for 1 bright star
Jang Keun Suk

Album sales begin soon and for a limited time in our Melodeels Fanpage through the distribution channel for independent artsitas www.cdbaby.com. The amount collected will be delivered in full to a charitable cause in Korea on behalf of JKS.

You can buy our album from here. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/melodeels
Our Facebook page is Love Boomerang by Melodeels
And you can find more info about creating the project in this note. Or read the stories hidden behind each song in the other notes posted from here.

Here’s the official music video for You Me Us.

You Me Us is a song written, composed and sung in chorus by several eels from Australia, Venezuela, the Philippines, Jordan, Egypt, Mexico, Italy, Panama, Argentina, Russia and France. It was one of the most difficult songs to record because no eel was in the same place. We hope you like the end result. We are taking this opportunity to thank Chris Park from Korea for her guidance in the pronunciation of You Me Us in Korean.

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