2NE1 To Only Focus On Music Activities
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 08:35 PM EDT
Girl group 2NE1 canceled their appearance on popular weekend program, SBS "Running Man." It would be hard for them to appear on the show due to their busy schedule and world tour that will start at the end of this month. Big Bang member G-Dragon commented, "2NE1 members are very shy and would not be able to make that big of an impact on the show. They might end up messing up a show by appearing in it."
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Due to their comeback, they have decided not to appear on any programs and focus only on their music activities. A YG official stated, "2NE1 has no time rest due to their single album, I Love You activities and their world tour," and "Although 2NE1 may look powerful and charismatic on stage, they are actually very introverted and shy when it comes to variety shows."
Since 2NE1's debut, they showed off their unusual and quirky side through their show, Mnet "2NE1 TV." However, since this show was about their real lives and not an actual variety show, it shows that they are not suitable for official tv programs.
2NE1, who also appeared on SBS "Strong Heart," revealed that they were so nervous about this broadcast and that they could not go to sleep.
Park Bom commented, "Talk show programs are a bit much for us, however, if it were a non-scripted show, it might be fun to do."
2NE1 will be releasing their new song, "I Love You" on July 5 and performing their comeback stage on SBS "Inkigayo" on July 8.
On July 28 and 29, they will begin their world tour, 'NEW EVOLUTION' starting in Seoul.
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