Korean BBQ restaurateur Pete Cho to focus full time on music with his single debut "Howlin"

Korean BBQ Restaurateur Turned Pop Artist, Releases Debut Single, 'Howlin''.

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Pete Cho, Korean BBQ restaurateur, former owner of the ultra-modern Korean restaurant, GOGI, USA, releases "Howling" on September 1, 2017, as his debut single as a comeback to his passion for music.

Cho releases the pop music single "Howlin" along Effort Music Group LLC. Written & produced by Pete Cho & Dino Zisis (Lady Gaga's "Applause") with additional writing from Patrick Hartman, Matthew Richert (BP Rania's "Start a Fire"), Johnathan Pratt (Swim Team) and Jamie Miller. The song is four minutes and two seconds video with horror elements, which makes the song, spooky, mysterious but fun at the same time. The entertaining video is directed by filmmaker T.A. Manchester (The Things We've Seen); streaming on Vevo.

Cho recollects his father's support and says, "Before my dad passed away he said after two years of running, if I find passion in again, sell the business and get back into it. He told me he was proud either way. Strangely, everything is following that path".

The journey from a restaurateur to a pop artist has been extensive but not an unfamiliar path as Cho is not a stranger to the music industry. After years of musical tours as a DJ in the US, playing for fascinating crowds on stages from Lollapalooza to North Coast Music Festival Cho left everything in 2012, to take care of his ill father, in Chicago. Later he was introduced to Dino Zisis - EDM house composer, producer and mixer.

In spite of the BBQ restaurant doing well, Cho's followed for his desire in music leads and hopes to further explore. He also plans to sell off the relishing restaurant which started out with the help of his mother, to work full time in his career in music.

"Howlin" is accessible on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Amazon Music, Google Play, and more.