NU'EST to Open for the 'K-Dream Live' Japan Concert at the Tokyo Dome!
By Staff Writer | July 28, 2012 11:00 AM EDT
Rookie idol group NU'EST has been confirmed to be performing at the 'K-Dream Live' Concert.
It has been named the opening artists for the 'K-Dream Live' concert to be held at the Tokyo Dome in Japan on July 29th.
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NU'EST, who is currently promoting their debut album Action, will be opening for the 'K-Dream Live' Concert to be held on July 29th at the Tokyo Dome.
The rookie group who are still in their teens, is receiving praise for their charismatic and impactful performances and stable live skills. They are also gaining interest as they do not perform like rookies, but rather like seniors in the industry.
The boys are currently practicing hard for their opening in the concert, as they want to put on a successful performance.
Internet users commented, "It's surprising that a rookie group is performing at the Tokyo Dome," "Is NU'EST going to become a Hallyu idol too," and "I hope they are successful as much as they practice."
The concert will also star other artists like Supernova, MYNAME, INFINITE, and more.
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