It’s Valentine’s Day! For “ChenYin” shippers, they will be happy to know they celebrated it with each other… Zhang Liyin and EXO member Chen were guests on Hunan TV’s The Lantern Festival, a TV show to bring in the Chinese New Year. It seems this show is popular among K-Pop artists. JYJ member Yoochun attended last year and performed “Magic Castle”.

As part of their promotional activities for SM The Ballad, Zhang Liyin and EXO’s Chen travelled to Beijing today for a live performance on a Chinese New Year TV show. The two artists generated some publicity while at the airport, particularly on a selfie taken and posted by Zhang Liyin while waiting for their flight.

Morning selfie at the airport with Chen, I want to thank him for coming to Beijing to promote even though he’s so exhausted!!

It was announced across various Korean news outlets today that Zhang Liyin will be joining her SM Entertainment labelmates in the second version of the project group, SM The Ballad.

The group will consist of 8 members: TVXQ’s Changmin, f(x)’s Krystal, Super Junior-M’s Zhou Mi, Super Junior’s Yesung, SNSD’s Taeyeon, SHINee’s Jonghyun, Zhang Liyin, and EXO’s Chen. The title track “Breathe” will have 3 versions: One in Korean (performed by Jonghyun and Taeyeon), one in Chinese (performed by Chen and Zhang Liyin) and one in Japanese (performed by Changmin and Krystal).

Have you gotten tired of “Moving On” yet? We have.

Zhang Liyin joined some big name Chinese celebrities at a Samsung concert today. The guest list included: Jackie Chan, Chyi Chin, Richie Ren, Aska Yang, Jolin Tsai, Stephanie Sun, Jane Zhang, and EXO-M. The concert is to coincide with the launch of Samsung’s new flagship products, including a “Jackie Chan phone” to be released by Samsung.

“Love Me” (爱我) is an upbeat dance track with lyricist written by Huang Zuyin, a famous lyricist who has written songs for Taiwanese groups like Fahrenheit and S.H.E. The song features a rap by Super Junior-M member, Henry, and it was released on Zhang Liyin’s first Chinese single, “Moving On”, in 2009.

Additionally, according to the official song credits, the song is a Mandarin cover of a Spanish song called “Baila”, artist unknown.