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BEAST Calls Rookie Group D-Unit the 'Next 2NE1'

By Staff Writer | August 03, 2012 11:02 AM EDT

BEAST Calls Rookie Group D-Unit the 'Next 2NE1'
BEAST Calls Rookie Group D-Unit the 'Next 2NE1' (Photo : s)

Idol group BEAST has become a fan of rookie girl group D-Unit.

T-ARA member Boram's younger sister Wooram is a part of this group as well. After the release of their video yesterday, BEAST has showed their support for the group.

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BEAST commented, "We think the new star of 2012 has appeared. We hope the best for them."

D-Unit's agency commented, "BEAST has praised the girls and have called them the next 2NE1. We believe that these girls will make it in the industry and receive support from the public as well."

Other wrists such as LeeSsang, Dynamic Duo and others have also praised this rookie group.


Tagged :  D-Unit, 2NE1, BEAST, T-ARA, Boram, Wooram

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