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3 Days after Japan Debut, MYNAME to Perform at Tokyo Dome!

By Staff Writer | July 27, 2012 08:18 AM EDT

3 Days after Japan Debut, MYNAME to Perform at Tokyo Dome!
3 Days after Japan Debut, MYNAME to Perform at Tokyo Dome! (Photo : d)


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Idol group MYNAME performs at the Tokyo Dome.

On July 29, MYNAME will be performing at the 'K-DREAMLIVE Vol. 1' concert at the Tokyo Dome, 3 days after their Japan debut.

The Tokyo Dome is known for famous artists performing on stage with 55,000 seats. MYNAME has always dreamt of standing on this stage as well.

MYNAME commented, "We will work hard and rank high on the Oricon charts as well as in the Japan music industry."

MYNAME ranked number 1 on the album sales site, Tower Record, with their first debut single, "Message." They also ranked number 9 on the Oricon charts.

MYNAME will be busy in Japan with TV shows and radio programs.

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