ZE:A Showcase, 'Worldwide Live Performance' Through Youtube
By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 08:54 AM EDT
Idol group ZE:A will be performing their showcase live.
ZE:A's agency commented, "With one day before their comeback, ZE:A will be showcasing their performance at Yonsei University for 3 days and will be broadcast live on their official youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/zea2011) at 7 PM."
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Last June, ZE:A worked on a project called, "Fighting Project" which would lead into their comeback stage. Through this showcase, they will be airing it live on their Youtube channel so that audiences from all over the world will be able to be a part of their comeback as well. Also, ZE:A held an event on their official fan page where 1,000 fans would be able to attend the showcase.
Also, girl group Nine Muses, who is part of the same agency as ZE:A, member LeeSem will be the MC for the showcase. Although they have not debuted yet, rookie group Impact will also be there to perform a congratulation stage for ZE:A as well.
ZE:A plans to release their song, "Spectacular" on July 4 and hold their comeback stage on Mnet "M! Countdown" on July 5.
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