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NU'EST Holds a Successful Movie Event for New Album

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 07:53 AM EDT

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NU'EST WITH FANS (Photo : INTERNET)

On the 7th, NU'EST visited Busan and Gangneung to hold the "Movie Date with NU'EST" event. They recieved much attention for their debut album "FACE" and their unique marketing strategies to promote their upcoming album.

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Pledis Entertainment stated, "In order to make good memories with the fans living outside of Seoul before their comeback activities, the members decided to hold this event. Through this project, the boys shook hands with fans, introduced the tracks on the upcoming album, and even performed the tracks live in order to return the love and support fans have given. NU'EST will continue to hold these sort of events every season as their official fanclub event." 

NU'EST will be releasing their 1st mini-album 'Action' on July 11th. 

 

 

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