KARA’s Perfume to Launch in Asia Starting with Japan

By Staff Writer | June 19, 2012 08:15 PM EDT

KARA’s Perfume to Launch in Asia starting with Japan
KARA’s Perfume to Launch in Asia starting with Japan (Photo : .)

KARA's signature perfume 'K5J (KARA 5 Jewel)' is launching in four Asian countries including Japan.

Starting June18, 'K5J' targeted 1,200 offline markets in Japan. 'K5J' is also distributed throughout the largest online beauty companies of Asia including Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore, and this July will see 'K5J' dominate Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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The perfume will be available in over 750 on and offline stores of Japan's largest record company, TSUTAYA.

This is the first perfume under the girl group KARA's reputable name, and is produced in Paris by collaboration of KARA's own DSP Media, and 3CY Brand. It makes the perfume extra special that KARA member had physically participated in the process on site.

KARA shared through DSP Media on June 19, "This is our way to return our fan's unlimited love and support, and we are delighted to meet our fans all over the countries with the perfume as a special gift."

Tagged :  KARA, KARA 5 JEWEL

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