SHINee, Official Japan Fanclub To Open This Fall

By Staff Writer | June 26, 2012 10:55 AM EDT

SHINee, Official Japan Fanclub To Open This Fall
Idol group SHINee will open their official Japan Fanclub this fall. (Photo : google)

Idol group SHINee will open their official Japan Fanclub this fall.

On June 24, SHINee announced their plans for the opening of the Japan Fanclub at their Arena Tour in Tokyo.

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SHINee member, Jonghyun commented, "We have good news. We will open our official Japan Fanclub this fall." All the 2,000 and more fans screamed with joy at his comment.

Local Japanese media commented, "SHINee is a group from one of the biggest agencies in Korea, SM entertainment. Last June, they were the first to perform live at the Abbey Road Studio were the Beatles recorded their hit songs."

Minho commented, "I want to go on a trip with all of you," and Onew commented, "I hope our fan club reaches over 100,000 fans!"

SHINee is currently back with their new song, "Sherlock" and is preparing to debut in the movie, "I AM" on June 21.

 

 

Tagged :  SHINee, Japan, Fanclub, Jonghyun, Minho, Onew

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