2AM to Reunite for Japan Promotions after Individual Activities are Complete
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 12:09 PM EDT
Idol group 2AM will be reuniting for Japan activities.
Their agency stated that they will be coming back together from their individual activities in order to release a third single in Japan this fall.
This single will be different as it will not be Korean songs translated into a Japanese version, but rather an original Japanese single album. An agency official stated, "They will finish their individual activities by August and start releasing their new single in September at the earliest."
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An official stated, "This is the first time releasing an original Japan single. The members are currently recording for this album as they continue to finish up their individual activities."
One of their songs from their single has been chosen as the theme song for the Japanese drama "NEO Soumatou Company." There will also be Japanese singers cover songs as well.
Since their debut, 2AM has been known for their great vocals. Everyone is curious to see how they will do amongst all the popular dance groups that are out on the market.
This past January, their debut single, Never Let You Go won 3rd place on the Japan Oricon Single Daily and Weekly Charts.
Their second single that was released in April also ranked 5th on the weekly chart. They also sang the theme song, "One Day" for the 2PM and 2AM documentary, "Beyond the 'ONEDAY' Story of 2PM & 2AM."
After their mini album release in March, they have been working on their solo activities.
Jo Kwon released his first solo album on June 25 and Changmin has been working on a musical. Seulong will be debuting on screen with his first movie, "26 Years." Jinwoon has been chosen to appear on the SBS variety program "Jungle's Rules."
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