B1A4 Successful Debut In Japan, 50,000 Roaring Fans
By Staff Writer | July 02, 2012 07:39 AM EDT
Idol group B1A4 successfully finished the opening night of their debut in Japan with 50,000 of their fans.
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On June 30, B1A4 held a hand-shaking event in celebration of their album release in Japan. B1A4 was able to shake hands with 35,000 fans. At the album release celebration event the next day, they sang their title song, "Beautiful Target" and other songs from their album, including "Bling Girl" and "CHU CHU CHU," meeting about 15,000 more fans.
In order to attend these events, more than 1,000 fans of B1A4 camped out in line the night before the event, and more than 10,000 filled up the seats the morning of the event. The screams of the fans filled up the place as B1A4 members came on stage.
The members said, "We were so surprised that so many fans came to support us and were able to sing along to our songs. There were also so many fans who came in the exact stage outfits as ours, which was also surprising and interesting. We want to be able to show as much as they support us."
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