Speculations have arisen that a self-composed track off Roh Ji Hoon's latest album entitled "September 7" was meant for his close friend, Ladies' Code's RiSe, who was on 'Birth of a Great Star' with him and passed away on that date.
His album was dropped on September 16, and the song is grabbing attention as it was written and composed by his truly, seemingly for his good friend. The lyrics of note are, "You, whom I can no longer see or touch again, I bring back up. Although I pledge to erase you and erase you, I am unable to easily cast you aside, that's how we are, but you, whom I can no longer see or touch again, I send away. Those memories, that desire, I need to send you away now through those fading memories... Bye, my love, the person I love, now I need to send you back to that place, that happy place. Bye, my love, the person, now come back to me so that we could be happy."
It's a beautiful, moving track. While the agency avoided talking in detail about this tribute, it appears likely that this was meant in some way for RiSe, considering the title and their closeness.
Listen to the song below to see how he pays respect to his dear friend.