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2PM's Japanese Single 'Beautiful' Release in Korea

By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 02:38 PM EDT

2PM's Japanese Single 'Beautiful' Release in Korea
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JYP Entertainment announced to release 2PM's latest Japanese single Beautiful in Korea as well.

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The single album gained a massive popularity since its release on June 6, it sold over 140,000 copies just in its first week, and this is nearly twice the amount of their previous single album Ultra Lover.

Title track "Beautiful" composed by Park Jin Young with lyrics written by Park Jin Young, Nice 73, and Natsumi Watanabe. The single includes a track composed by member Junho "Kimi Ge Ireba (If You're Here)."

JYP representative stated, "2PM's Beautiful saw an explosive response by selling 140,000 copies within a week, by far the hottest response among all of 2PM's Japanese album so far. We hope that many Korean fans may enjoy the album as well."

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