Jun.K’s A success  Occupation In Japan Sets Up Korean Solo Debut

Jun.K’s A success Occupation In Japan Sets Up Korean Solo Debut

Jun.Ks A successProfession In Japan Sets Up Korean Solo Debutnotclaira August 5, 2016 0 Jun.Ks Successful Career In Japan Sets Up Korean Solo Debut 2PMs Jun.K is these daysmaking ready to drop his first Korean solo album and recently a Korean media outlet tested why fanatics and the public can look forward to its release.

Jun.K has already introduced his solo career in Japan, specializing in a musician symbolinstead of an idol. A tune critic who used to be the editor-in-chief at Japans Oricon Taste wrote that Jun.Ks solo album in Easternused to besome of the most-listened to albums of the year.

Jun.K has transcended the K-pop genre, he said. He has the revel in to sing tough songs and incorporate the maximum efficient musical styles. The melody is lovely and the refrainpaintings is moving.

Jun.K has released two Japanese solo albums between 2014 and 2015, took the No. 1 spot at the Oricon Chart, and finished a successful solo excursion in Japan. This concert changed into also indexed as one of the pinnacle 10 reside concerts of the year.

Jun.K is expounded to have a code of the usage ofgenuinetoolsat once and he's talented in making an absolutelyaccomplished song. He participated in the production and lyrics of the entire songs on his upcoming Korean solo debut.

Mr. NO will be released on August 9.

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Jessica Sets Up Her Own Professional Fan Club Forward of Her Solo Debut

Jessica Sets Up Her Own Professional Fan Club Forward of Her Solo Debut

Jessica Sets Up Her Own Reliable Fan Club Forward of Her Solo DebutJiwonYu April 25, 2016 0 LINE it!Jessica Sets Up Her Own Official Fan Club Ahead of Her Solo Debut Jessica may beputting in place her first official fan club after her departure from Girls Generation.

On April 25, Jessicas agency, Coridel Entertainment, announced the recruitment of fanatics for her new official fanclub, linking the Interpark web site where fans will be in a positionto buy their club on April 28.

The membership will payment 15,000 won (appoximately $13) and may existthat can also be purchased from April 28 to May 22. Once registered, the membership will closing for one year, expiring on May 31, 2017.

Once fans sign in to change into a member of Jessicas fan club, they are going to be capable of get five benefits: a first generation fan club membership card, early ticketing rights for fan clubs and fan meetings, precedence seating for open recordings (music shows), a discountto be had on Coridel Entertainments official homepage, and a possibility to win a signed polaroid from Jessica (only given to tenother folks randomly).

Jessica will be freeing her debut solo album in May.

Meanwhile, Jessica will soon be recording for a Radio Megastar guest appearance soon.

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Interview: Two times Talks Debut Success, Day through day Life, and Finding out Korean

Interview: Two times Talks Debut Success, Day through day Life, and Finding out Korean

Interview: Two times Talks Debut Success, Day-to-day Life, and Finding out Koreanknims April 6, 2016 0 LINE it!Interview: TWICE Talks Debut Success, Every unmarried day Life, and Learning Korean With TWICE joining the slew of April comebacks, we were fortunatesufficient to catch them all the style througha conventiondamagefor a fast interview! We asked some hard-hitting questions about their prized possessions, their debut success, and jumbled together or so of our more unique questions like how their international members were in a position to best their Korean. and what they do first thing in the morning when they wake up.

With hopes for more truth programs, their authentic TWICE way of dance practices, and more, the women of TWICE shared so much about their long term plans and each and every members unique traits. I maycross on about the interview, yetthat could exist counterproductive! Just watch and revel in their amusing personalities and hilarious answers:

Here are some further answers that we couldnt come with in the video:

Can you give us any hints about your next comeback?Tzuyu: Well, for now, it’s still a secret! It’s a secret but we’re operatingin point of factdemandingto organize for it so I'm hopinga huge number ofother people will sit up for it!

What’s the maximumappealing matter that has came aboutfor the duration of your debut promotions?Jungyeon: In a whileonce we debuted, we went to Jeju-do for a tune program. We filmed our dancing out of doors merely the wind used to betrulyrobust and then our hair changed into flying around and we couldn’t stay our balance on account of the wind. We really had a excellent time filming that. HAHAHA… nervous laughter It was fun appropriate guys?

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EXO Sets New First-Week Sales list for Korean Artist with Debut Jap Single

EXO Sets New First-Week Sales list for Korean Artist with Debut Jap Single

--> EXO has set a new sales checklist in Japan with its debut single.

EXO′s debut Jap unmarried Love Me Appropriate ~romantic universe~, which was once released on November 4, no longer best debuted at no 1 at the Oricon day via day chart, it's far ranked number one on the weekly chart, demonstrating EXO′s repute in Japan.

EXO Sets New First-Week Sales Record for Korean Artist with Debut Japanese Single

EXO′s single sold 146,000 copies in the primary week, the maximum for a Korean artist′s debut single in Japan, and loads of are looking ahead to EXO syndrome to spread in Japan.

Oricon said via an editorial on its news page, titled ′EXO′s debut Japanese single is number one! 146,000 copies sold, the most for a Korean artist in the 1st week,′ writing ′The sales from the first week is the best ever for a Korean artist′s debut single.′

The single album comprises two tracks, the japanese edition of Love Me Right, the lead single from EXO′s repackaged 2d album, and Drop That.

Additionally, EXO headlined its first dome concert at the Tokyo Dome over 3 days, from November 6 to 8, accumulating 145,000 fanatics and environment a new record as the foreign artist to hang a dome concert in the shortest quantity of time. All eyes are on EXO, who is scoring giant with its single and concert in Japan.

Meanwhile, EXO will take the dome excursion to the Kyocera Dome in Osaka from November 13-15.

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U-KISS Soo Hyun to Make Solo Debut in Japan

U-KISS Soo Hyun to Make Solo Debut in Japan

--> U-KISS leader Soo Hyun will make his solo debut in Japan and kick off full-fledged activities in the country.

Soo Hyun will unlock his debut solo album Only You in Japan on August 19.

U-KISS′ Soo Hyun to Make Solo Debut in Japan

Title song Only You used to be co-created by way of Soo Hyun and famed eastern lyricist Goro Matsui, and it′s a ballad that expresses a man′s choice to offer protection to a woman. Soo Hyun is expected to thieve the hearts of eastern lovers with his enchanting voice. Fans may also be ready to pay attention Soo Hyun′s emotional remake of Anzen Chitai vocalist Koji Tamaki′s Melody.

Soo Hyun said, "Although I′m in point of fact apprehensive to start out my first solo activities representing U-KISS, yet as U-KISS′ eldest, I am going to paintings with a feeling of duty and do my easiest so as to make the team more known, so I ask for your hobby and love."

Meanwhile, U-KISS kicked off the ′U-KISS′ Japan are living Tour′ in Osaka on August 16, and is determined to hang a overall of 20 concerts in 8 cities.

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U-KISS" leader Soohyun to have a solo debut in Japan

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U-KISS" Soohyun will be the first U-KISS member to have his own solo debut!

Soohyun will be promoting as a solo artist in Japan. His title song is yet to be determined, but his solo debut single will include a cover of his own rendition of Koji Tamaki"s "Melody".

His solo debut release is on August 19th, so stay tuned!

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B2ST"s Dongwoon to make his solo debut in Japan with "Kimishika"!

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Hyunseung isn"t the only B2ST member to make his solo debut this year, as maknae Dongwoonis set to have his solo debut in Japan!

Dongwoon will release his first Japanese solo album "Kimishika" on July 1! This announcement was first made at the group"s Yokohama fan meeting on May 20, delighting the fans present.

His title track is the same name as his album, "Kimishika", and his album will have a total of 6 songs. What"s impressive about this album is that Dongwoon himself wrote the lyrics to most of the songs in his album including his title track! And these are lyrics in Japanese too, not even Korean!

On top of that, member Junhyung, as the loyal and talented member he is, composed Dongwoon"s title track "Kimishika"as part of the producing group "Good Life".

Clearly excited about his solo debut, the idol wrote on Twitter, "My first album is set to come out out in Japan on July 1. I put in a lot of effort to add in my stories and I will work hard so that my Korean fans can listen to good music too."

Stay tuned for his "Kimishika" release on July 1! Are you looking forward to his Japanese solo debut?

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BEASTs Dongwoon to Make Solo Debut in Japan This July

BEASTs Dongwoon to Make Solo Debut in Japan This July

It has been confirmed that Son Dongwoon will be the next member of BEAST to make his solo debut—this time in Japan!

On May 22, Cube Entertainment revealed that Dongwoon is preparing to release his first-ever solo album titled “Kimishika” this coming July 1, before officially kicking off solo promotions in Japan.

Following fellow group members Yang Yoseob, Yong Junhyung, and Jang Hyunseung, Dongwoon will be the fourth member to take on the solo stage. Dongwoon personally shared the exciting news with fans during BEAST’s fan meeting in Yokohama, Japan on May 20.

It is said that the BEAST member took part in writing the Japanese lyrics for a majority of the six tracks included in his album, including the title song “Kimishika.” Even more, producing team Good Life, of which Yong Junhyung is also a part, composed the title track.

On May 21, Dongwoon wrote on his personal Twitter account, “I will be releasing my first album in Japan on July 1. I put it a lot of effort and hard work to fill up the album with my stories. I will work even harder to be able to share good music with the Korean fans as well.”

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Nicole Confirms Her Solo Artists Debut in Japan

Nicole Confirms Her Solo Artists Debut in Japan

Singer Nicole is set to re-debut in Japan as a solo artist!

On May 15, her agency, B2M Entertainment, announced,Nicole will start her solo activities in Japan on June 24 through the release of the title track Something Special after a year and six months. Something Special will be the title track of Nicoles first solo album in Japan since her departure from KARA last January. Additionally, Nicole will hold two fan meetings on May 30 and perform her new song for her fans before the official release.

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Korean culture conference makes Japan debut

Korean culture conference makes Japan debut

A file photo of KCON, a business convention on Korean cultural content that includes a K-pop concert, held in Los Angeles last year. Provided by CJ EM

When you"re into a person, you"re naturally drawn to discovering his or her most intimate details.The same goes for fans of K-pop stars.Followers of these celebrities want more than to simply see their favorite singers perform at concerts or act on screen. They want to get to know them personally - finding out about the clothes they wear, the makeup they use, the food they eat, how they eat it and where they hang out.Essentially, that"s what KCON, one of Korea"s largest conventions on so-called K-culture, hopes to provide. The event is organized by CJ EM, also known as CJ Entertainment, the showbiz affiliate of CJ Group. The annual convention, which concludes with a large-scale K-pop concert, began in 2012 in Los Angeles, a city with a large population of Koreans.CJ Group executives, including Chairman Lee Jay-Hyun, has said on numerous occasions that the company"s goal is to make people around the world watch two or three Korean films a year; eat Korean food once or twice a month; watch one or two Korean dramas a week; and listen to Korean music every day. CJ has film, food, restaurants, retail and logistics businesses, among others.One of the conventions will be held in Japan for the first time this year. KCON 2015 Japan will start on April 22 at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama amid soured bilateral ties between Seoul and Tokyo due to intensified historical and territorial disputes.Why Japan and why now?The word "CON" in KCON stands for three things - convention, concert and cultural content - three things visitors can experience at the event."In order to increase KCON"s presence in 2015, we"ve added more destinations", CJ EM said through a press release. "Besides Los Angeles, where it has been held every year, we"ve added the east side of the U.S. as well as Japan. A total of three KCONs will be held this year".CJ EM chose to hold a KCON in Japan as it has hosted the "M Countdown" K-pop concert in the nation around this time most years anyway and because it is where Hallyu, or the popularity of Korean pop culture abroad, began more than a decade ago.The fervor has reportedly died down somewhat in Japan, but insiders have noted that this is more motivation for Korea"s entertainment industry to focus on the market there. In Japan these days Korean stars are banned from appearing on morning shows, which are often platforms where foreign celebrities gain recognition, raising concerns that although there is a remaining dedication to existing stars, there aren"t new fans of up-and-coming stars.Business opportunitiesWhat"s notable about KCON is that it is aiming to help small and midsize companies with little marketing capabilities, resources or connections make a successful entry to the Japanese market and make the most of Hallyu.

CJ has unveiled the lineup for the upcoming KCON 2015 Japan"s M Countdown. They include (from left) KangNam, Nicole [JoongAng Ilbo]

Between Feb. 23 and March 6, CJ EM and the country"s Small and Medium Business Administration (SMBA) received applications from small and midsize companies in business areas closely related to K-culture.A total 35 companies have been selected to present their offerings at KCON 2015 Japan - 24 of which are in the areas of fashion and cosmetics, three of which are in food and two of which are in home appliances.What"s interesting, according to CJ, is that about 70 percent of the companies going to KCON Japan have a track record of attempting to make inroads into the Japanese market and failing.Separately from the April 22 KCON 2015 Japan - which will take place between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and is open to the general public - there will be another opportunity for the companies to promote themselves in Japan."In a separate event on April 20 planned by CJ EM, SMBA and [the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency], the companies will get to have business meetings with about 70 to 80 Japanese buyers", said Jung Yu-jin, a senior analyst at CJ EM"s PR Team. The meetings will take place at Hotel New Otani Tokyo.A star-studded spectacleKCON 2015 Japan will close with a large-scale, star-studded K-pop concert."The lineup for the upcoming KCON 2015 Japan"s M Countdown includes 10 solo artists and groups", CJ said in a press release on March 31. The acts include boy bands Block B, Boyfriend, GOT7 and Infinite, and girl groups Lovelyz and SISTAR. Nicole (a former member of Kara) and KangNam (or Namekawa Yasuo) will also perform. KangNam, a Korean-Japanese member of the Korean boy band M.I.B., has been appointed as the honorary ambassador of KCON 2015 Japan. Fluent in both Korean and Japanese, the 28-year-old has been expanding his presence in Korea"s entertainment shows with his witty comments and comical character.The number of visitors to KCON has doubled every year since it first began in the United States in 2012, according to CJ. Last year"s KCON in Los Angeles attracted about 40,000 people.CJ officials expect KCON 2015 Japan to attract 14,000 to 15,000 visitors. The date for KCON in the United States is expected to be in August.BY KIM HYUNG-EUN [[email protected]]

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