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2AM Chang Min to Lead a Japanese TV Program Starting October

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 05:45 PM EDT

2AM Chang Min to Lead a Japanese TV Program Starting October
Group 2AM's Changmin will be leading a Japanese TV program starting in October. (Photo : JYP)

Group 2AM's Chang Min will be leading a Japanese TV program starting in October.

Chang Min will become the MC of and will lead the new program of Tokyo MXTV "I am Chang Min." Chang Min had announced on September 15 at the release event for 2AM's third single "For You" held at Tokyo's Bellesalle Shibuya Garden.

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The Japan TV show will begin airing on October 2 at midnight. The show will show Chang Min growing up as a talented idol with the help of a Japanese TV personality's special coaching.

2AM's third single "For You" is their first Japanese original song that was released on the 12th. 2AM will be holding a Japan tour starting October 23 around Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo, and Fukuoka.

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