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By Staff Reporter | June 16, 2014 07:15 AM EDT


Idol group Big Star will be holding their "BIG STAR 50 STORIES CONCERT" on June 20 in Tokyo, Japan.

Big Star began promoting their music in Japan since this past March, even holding their first solo concert in Japan on March 25 as well. Since launching their concert in Japan, the K-pop group has been holding 4 concerts each week.

They will be making their comeback in Korea this September after they finish 100 concerts at Yakult Hall in Tokyo, according to Soompi.

Aside from their live concerts, the group has been promoting in Japan through radio, TV, interviews and more.

Their agency, Brave Entertainment, stated that in the span of 4 months, their vocals and live skills have already improved drastically.

"Over four months, their live performance has improved tremendously. It's like they're a completely new team," stated the entertainment company.

The group has become more professional throughout their experiences in Japan as well. Big Star has officially created a solid fan base for themselves in Japan as the group participated in promotions in the country's major cities since their debut.

Big Star had held their "Good Vibration IN KOBE 2013" on July 21 of last year as well.

Big Star is still relatively new to the K-pop scene, only having debuted in 2012. The five-member group consists of Feel Dog, Ba Ram, Rae Hwan, Sung Hak and Jude.

The group's 2-year anniversary is approaching, as the members were seen celebrating their 1-year anniversary last year on July 13.

The members took a group photo with the message, "It has already been 1 year since we made our debut with 'HOTBOY'!! Although we couldn't spend it with our ONLY ONE. As much as you waited a long time for us! We are working hard to prepare for our comeback so we don't disappoint you. Please wait a little longer."



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