2AM Comes Back Together As A Group For Japan Promotions
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 04:13 AM EDT
2AM will come together again, after a period of solo activities to take a shot at the Japanese market.
Like Us on Facebook
According to Big Hit Entertainment, 2AM will release their third single this fall and start their official promotions in Japan.
In January, 2AM released a single "Never Let You Go" in Japan, which placed top three on the Oricon daily and weekly charts, rounding out a successful debut in Japan.
A source stated, "This is the first time that we're releasing something exclusively for the Japanese market. Previously, we've just been releasing singles from Korea. We hope to start the Japanese promotion full time in September. The members will focus on their individual schedules until the end of August."
One of the singles from their album Kiminota Meni Dekirukoto has already been chosen to be the OST for a new Japanese drama.
Leader Jo Kwon has been busy with is first solo album, Changmin has been practicing for his first attempt at the musical theater, Seul Ong was cast in a movie "26 Years" and Jinwoon is set to make his appearance on the show "Jungle's Rules" and will leave for Madagascar to be part of the show.
Photo Credit: JYP Entertainment
© 2015 KpopStarz. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Latest Photo Gallery
Editorial 08.04.15 | 12:39PM EDT
North America's largest K-pop convention, KCON 2015, was held in sunny Los Angeles, California this past weekend where tens of thousands of fans flocked to celebrate all things Hallyu. Here are five ways the event managed to blow their minds.
Comeback / Teaser / Music Video 08.04.15 | 10:34AM EDT
With SHINee's new music video, many fans have been shocked by the horror element, but others have noticed a strange guy at the end - a member that they don't recognize.
Scandals 08.04.15 | 10:22AM EDT
Online commenters were abuzz at the rare sighting of the celebrity couple Sulli and Choiza looking sweet, but the photo fueled more speculation that the singer will not be returning to promote with her group, f(x).
A new K-pop act will debut under the Korean record label known for rock groups CNBLUE and FT Island, soloist Juniel, and girl group AOA. The yet unnamed act will be revealed sometime in the first part of 2016.