INFINITE releases Japanese “Be Mine” PV!
- Infinite’s L is Sad to Say Goodbye to ‘Cunning Single Lady’
- 2AM’s Jo Kwon Brings Up the Sunken Ferry During Japanese Concert
- 2AM belatedly revealed to have expressed their pain regarding the ferry victims at Japanese concert
With monochrome and metallic outfits and a futuristic concept, these young men are looking sharper than ever with this release. Watch the “Be Mine” PV below!
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Infinite’s L is Sad to Say Goodbye to ‘Cunning Single Lady’
Infinite’s L shared his feelings on wrapping up Cunning Single Lady.MBC’s Cunning Single Lady recently uploaded a video featuring an interview with Infinite’s L on its homepage.In the video L said, “Today is the last day for Cunning Single Lady. I’m really sad. I wish there was more time so I can make more memories with the nunas and hyungs.” Taking the role of secretary ‘Gil Yo Han,’ L successfully acted out the confident and cunning character in the drama...
2AM’s Jo Kwon Brings Up the Sunken Ferry During Japanese Concert
2AM’s Jo Kwon asked the Japanese fans to pray for the victims and families of the sunken ferry. On April 23, a Japanese hallyu wave mediaWow! Korea reported on 2AM’s launching of Live Arch Vol. 10 on April 20 in Tokyo dome’s City Hall. According to the report, 2AM sang eleven songs live that day, dressed in all black suits. After singing, 2AM held a talk show, during which Jo Kwon said, “As you may all know, there was a horrendous accident in Korea...
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Japanese media outlet Sankei Sports belatedly revealed on April 23 that 2AM expressed their sadness about the ferry accident during their concert "LIVE ARCH vol. 10" at Tokyo Dome"s city hall on April 20. This event was created to encourage a wide exchange of words and feelings relating to Asian entertainment. According to Sankei Sports, the four members performed a total of eleven songs including "You Didn"t Pick Up My Calls" and "Regret," earning much applause from their fans...