Sechskies Say Be Well In Their New Japanese Mv

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Sechskies say 'Be Well' in their new Japanese MV!
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Sechskies say 'Be Well' in their new Japanese MV!

Sechskies dropped an all new, Japanese version of "Be Well" from 'The 20th Anniversary-Japan Edition' album, set for release this July 19!

The MV features artistic, dramatic visuals, illustrating the complex relationships between a man and woman.

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Do you like the Japanese version of "Be Well", or the Korean version?

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Sechskies wrap up first official Japanese fan meeting
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Sechskies wrap up first official Japanese fan meeting

First generation idol group Sechskies have successfully launched their first official Japanese fan meeting.

Celebrating 20 years, the members met with fans on July 23 in Kanagawa Prefecture's 'YOKOHAMA BAY HALL' for their event titled'SECHSKIES JAPAN FAN MEETING 2017'.

Having released 'THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY-Japan Edition-' album on July 19, Sechskies made their official debut in Japan as avid fans attended the special gathering waving yellow balloons.

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BTOB's Changsub sings his heart out in MV teaser for his Japanese solo debut
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BTOB's Changsub sings his heart out in MV teaser for his Japanese solo debut

BTOB's Changsub continued teasing for his Japanese solo debut with "At The End" (Japanese ver.), in an MV teaser!

His Japanese debut album will be called 'bpm 82.5', containing 4 songs total including the Japanese version of "At The End", "Believe in Me", "Happiness", and "This Flower, for You".

The MV teaser lets us know that you can look forward to Changsub singing his heart out, when the full MV and album drop on June 7!

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GOT7 Tops Charts With New Japanese Single My Swagger
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GOT7 Tops Charts With New Japanese Single My Swagger

GOT7 continues to show rising popularity in Japan!

On May 24, GOT7 released their fourth Japanese single My Swagger. It took first place on Billboards Japan Single Chart for the period from May 22 to May 24. It also topped Tower Records Daily Single Chart for four consecutive days and took second place on Oricon on the day of release.

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Meanwhile, GOT7 has been on their Japanese showcase tour, performing in Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo, Sapporo, Sendai, and Fukuoka. They will also be holding their arena special concert My Swagger in Tokyo on June 24 and 25.

This Japanese Jewellery thief has the slowest getaway ever
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This Japanese Jewellery thief has the slowest getaway ever

Its a well-known saying that you cant outrun the law, but when this suspected jewelry thief was spotted by the police, he didnt even try to.

On May 23, a man attempted to break into a jewelry store in Japans northern city of Sapporo, police were quick to the scene and began chasing the man down in order arrest him.

As the man began to flee the policemen, passersby started to film the thief attempt to get away. While they were no doubt hoping to see an exciting, high-speed chase through the dense streets of Japan, what they actually got was more of a light stroll than a police chase.