A-PRINCE Uses Twitter to Hold a 'Lightning Showcase'

By Staff Writer | July 27, 2012 08:47 PM EDT

A-PRINCE Uses Twitter to Hold a 'Lightning Showcase'
A-PRINCE Uses Twitter to Hold a 'Lightning Showcase' (Photo : d)

On July 25, rookie group A-PRINCE used their twitter to hold a spontaneous 'lighting showcase'.

On July 26, A-PRINCE used their twitter to announce that they will be holding a 'lighting showcase' at 7 PM at a cafe in Seoul. They met with their fans within 40 minutes of the tweet.

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The mini showcase was filled with about 200 fans that came with signs and posters.

They sang many songs from their new album, receiving a great response from their fans.

They also introduced another song called, "Hello" as a way to click start their 50 day countdown project to promote their group.

The group's name, A-PRINCE stands for Asia, Amazing, Awesome, Ace, Absolute Prince.

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