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DIA reportedly given a two million dollar offer to debut in Japan
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DIA reportedly given a two million dollar offer to debut in Japan

DIA reportedly received an incredible offer to debut in Japan. 

According to TV Report on May 23, DIA was offered to sign a two million dollar contract with a major entertainment company in Japan for their Japanese debut. DIA's label MBK Entertainment is reportedly reviewing the offer and cautiously taking their time before signing the contract. 

SEE ALSO: DIA's free hug event attracts 3000 fans

In the past, MBK Entertainment has successfully debuted DIA's label sunbae T-ara. DIA is also expected to expand their success overseas. 

DIA Reportedly Offered 2 Million Dollar Contract To Debut In Japan
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DIA Reportedly Offered 2 Million Dollar Contract To Debut In Japan

A major entertainment company in Japan reportedly has offered DIA to sign a 2 million dollar contract to debut in the country. If they accepted it, DIA will be the next MBK Entertainment's group to debut in Japan after T-ARA.

According to Allkpop, MBK Entertainment is in the middle of a discussion to determine whether or not to accept the offer. A source revealed that MBK Entertainment still needs to go on reviewing process and proposing the terms and conditions to the Japanese company.

EXO Earned Over A Whopping $1 Million From A Single US Concert, Ranking High On Billboards Boxscore Chart
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EXO Earned Over A Whopping $1 Million From A Single US Concert, Ranking High On Billboards Boxscore Chart

EXO ranks no. 8 on Billboards Current Boxscore chart and is the only K-pop group on the list!

The chart ranks the top 100 shows worldwide with the highest gross ticket sales from venues of all sizes.

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The reported revenue in the chart is from gross ticket sales only and does not include revenue from merchandising and other revenue streams.

Box-office data is reported to Billboard by concert promoters, venues, booking agents or artist managers, and not all concert promoters or venues may report their data to Billboard.

MONSTA X's Japanese 'Hero' tops Tower Records
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MONSTA X's Japanese 'Hero' tops Tower Records

MONSTA Xhas topped Japanese charts with their debut song!

MONSTA X released "Hero" in Japan this past May 17. They ranked #1 on Tower Records's weekly chart and #3 on Billboard Japan, as well as Oricon's weekly charts.

SEE ALSO: Pop Quiz: How well do you know MONSTA X?

Congratulations to MONSTA X!

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EXO In The Top 10 List Of Billboard’s Boxscore Chart, The Group Earned $1 Million From A Single US Concert
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EXO In The Top 10 List Of Billboard’s Boxscore Chart, The Group Earned $1 Million From A Single US Concert

EXO lands on the 8th position of Billboard's Boxscore Chart, which is also the only K-Pop group in the list. The boxscore chart exhibits the top 100 highest gross ticket sales from venues.

Soompi reported, EXO ranks number 8 with its EXO'rDIUM tour at The Forum in Inglewood, California on April, 28. The concert has raised $1,436,158, which means 8,668 out of 9,739 were sold out. The ticket prices ranged from $80, $100, $180, and $215.

The reported revenue showed on Billboard's Boxscore Chart doesn't include revenue from merchandise and other streams. The data was obtained from concert promoters, booking agents, venues, and artist managers, but not all concert promoters are willing to report their data to Billboard.