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The Boss to head back to Japan for "Ai Ore" promotional activities + 6th Japanese single in August

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The Boss to head back to Japan for Ai Ore promotional activities + 6th Japanese single in AugustThe Boss is set to return to the stage by starting off promotional activities for the upcoming Japanese movie "Ai Ore", which stars member Karam as the main male lead.

The group will be picking up their career again, promoting "Ai Ore" through its title song. Their Japanese agency Digital Adventure stated that "For the lead song of the movie we picked The Boss themselves, leading to high expectations from both fans and people in the movie industry."

Together with the OST song, the group was also revealed to be in preparations for their 6th Japanese single, which is set to be released early August.

Earlier today, all five members of the group returned to Twitter, revealing messages for their fans and stating they were sorry to have worried them. They also mentioned that starting today, they will keep on updating the fans again and asked everyone not to worry anymore as they are doing fine and that they will be back stronger than ever. The same message was also posted through the group's official Japanese website.

It had been over a month since the group's last tweets, after having been caught up in the scandal surrounding their company's CEO in early April.

Will you be anticipating the group's new activities?

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Se7en back to his activities in Japan with a new single!

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Se7en back to his activities in Japan with a new single!

With the release of a new song in Japan, singer Se7en is igniting his activities abroad.

According to YG Entertainment on April 7, Se7en will release his new single Love Again in Japan on April 25.

The star gave his last performance in SBS’s Inkigayo on March 25 and wrapped up his activities in Korea. Now he is to focus on his activities in Asia, in the countries like China and Singapore, by starting off in Japan with the release of his new single.

When he returned to TV in Korea after three-year hiatus, Se7en received a lot of fans’ love and support with the songs “When I Can’t Sing” and “Somebody Else.” The former one was composed by Park Jin Young and is classified as a RB while the latter is an electronic dance music.

A staff member of the agency says to Starnews, “The song ‘Love Again’ will only be released in Japan. It is a dance-pop with a distinctive charm of Se7en. In May, he will hold a showcase in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Osaka to celebrate his new album release.”

The singer’s first Japanese single was released in 2005, along with the release of seven different singles and one official album during the two following years. He has enjoyed tremendous popularity and even earned a nickname “Ven-Sama.”

Kpop Group TOUCH Coming Back Via Japan Single Release

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Kpop Group TOUCH Coming Back Via Japan Single Release

Kpopgroup TOUCH debuted in October 2010, and is giving Kpop another try byway of Japan. They are composed originally of7 members when they debuted withtheir single "Me" onM! Countdown.Two of their members departed the group dueto some career changes.Now, the rest of the group are back to release anofficial single for their Japanese fans.

Touch is composed of Kanghyun the rapper, leader Chulmin, Sunwoong andSungyongfor vocals, and Jaewook which is a new member in the group. The groupis making their Japanese debut soon. Their official website in Japan releasedupdates on the group's agenda and it was confirmed that their single will bereleased in early September.

"Start To Fly", their album, will be available in the market in 2 differentpackages and version. One is a CD-only type and the other one is the CD+DVDpackage. The group's debut event will take place, on May 30th with other detailsabout the upcoming September release still to be revealed to the public yet.

T-ARA Officially Releases Japan Single, 'Bunny Style' and Begins Activities

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T-ARA Officially Releases Japan Single, 'Bunny Style' and Begins Activities

T-ARA, Bunny Style, Japan

Girl group T-ARA has officially begun their Japan activities.

Today, the group left for Japan to begin their Japan concerts in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo for a total of 15 different cities.

Their single, Bunny Style, that released today, will be released in 10 different versions. 3 will be for their unit groups, Areum and Soyeon, Qri and Boram and Eunjung, Jiyeon and Hyomin as well as 7 for each of the members.

Previously, T-ARA had released their song, "Bo Peep Bo Peep" and ranked number 1 on the Oricon Daily, Weekly charts. They are also the first K-pop girl group to have their debut album rank number 1 on the Oricon charts.

For their new song, "Bunny Style," they will be revealing a new bunny dance.

T-ARA has also stated that they hope to rank number 1 again with their new song.

T-ARA gained much attention before with their 'cat' dance from "Bo Peep Bo Peep."

T-ARA, who left for Japan today, will stay in Japan for about a month to continue their promotions.

Member Hyomin is already in Japan working on her role in the Japan movie, "Jinx."

T-ARA began to focus more on activities in Japan after having a tough year in 2012.

Previously, T-ARA had only released songs that were already released in Korea to Japan. This single however is their firs single that was made especially for the Japan market.

"Bunny Style"features a techno beat and addictive sound.

T-ARA debuted under Core Contents Media in 2009. The group grew to be one of the top girl groups to date and had many hit songs. However, last year, they were hit with several crises that caused their image to take a dip. Since then, they have taken a break and have decided to make a comeback in Japan.

Haha Takes Heartbreaking go back and forth to Memorial for Forced Korean hard work Employees in Japan on “Infinity Challenge”

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Haha Takes Heartbreaking vacation to Memorial for Forced Korean Labor Staff in Japan on “Infinity Challenge”Infinity Challenge” set the laughs apart and handled some of the darkest moments in Korean history.

On the September 12 broadcast of MBC‘s “Infinity Challenge,” Haha visits the UNESCO site, Hashima Island of Japan.

During the episode, Haha traveled along side Professor Seo Kyung Duk to Hashima Island and Takashima Island in Japan.

Upon understanding that Japan had registered Hashima Island as a UNESCO web site without bringing up the history of the island as a website of forcible confinement for young Korean boys during the japanese Occupation, Haha is livid. search engine optimization Kyung Duk explains, “These are Japan’s antics. They implemented to UNESCO after casting off the confinement a phase of the history, the usage of handiest what got here ahead of that.”

Before visiting Hashima Island, Haha visits Takashima Island, where about one hundred Koreans who died whilst running in Hashima Island beneath inhumane prerequisites were buried. He sets out to discover the Korean memorial tower that was once acknowledged to be built by way of a Japanese company, yet he isn't successful.

In the end, Haha reveals the memorial with the assistance of the locals, but he's surprised at the deficient conditions. The memorial can only be reached after passing thru a narrow, practically impossible-to-identify entrance, and after walking a long while after that through an unkempt trail overgrown with the encircling forest. Professor Seo Kyung Duk tells Haha that the Japanese had burned documents containing the explanations for the deaths of the Koreans, so it's far most unlikely to even identify the deceased. in spite of this, Haha sets out food as an providing to those who died during this time at the memorial, expressing remorseful about that he wasn’t in a position to bring any flowers.

Later, upon seeing that Hashima Island is being promoted as a tourist appeal without a unmarried mention of the Korean history there, he is greatly surprised once more.

PSY could be Coming Back amongst A New single Soon

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PSY will be Coming Back alongside A New single Soon < robust>PSY, of the global Arrive At song “< robust>Gangnam style” will be liberating A new song soon.

The singer’s control firm, < robust>YG Entertainment, Acknowledged on July 28, “PSY has been running, whilst battling opposed to the load of having develop into an international megastar. he's completing up generating A new song, And whilst we've got no longer determined on A free up date, information technology'll be very soon.”

In 2012, “Gangnam style” was once an internationalwide Arrive At, And later the free up of “< robust>Gentleman” And “< robust>Hangover,” PSY has taken A smash, in All probability from the strain of assembly the expectancies of millions of enthusiasts. Actually, he had planned to free up his new song, “< robust>Daddy,” or evening filmed A song video, yet in the long run determined no longer to free up information technology.

He had confessed At his concert that he hopes to omit that he was once always an international megastar, And that he’ll be ready to free up An excessively PSY-like song. He had determined to take part in many university gala's, similar to he used to earlier than he accomplished his popularity thru “Gangnam style.” Close Assets Acknowledged, “He wrote A song that he is proud of, And that Appears like PSY. He plans to free up information technology in Korea outset.”

Younha To Hold Solo Concert In Tokyo And Officially Resume Activities In Japan

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Younha To Hold Solo Concert In Tokyo And Officially Resume Activities In Japan

(Photo : C9 Entertainment) Younha will hold a solo concert in Japan on July 25.

Hosted by Japan"s TBS Radio, the concert will take place at Akasaka Blitz in Tokyo under the title TBS Radio Presents 2015 Younha Premium Live "Tadaima."

Younha will perform her famous track "Comet," which was widely loved in Japan for being a soundtrack of a popular animation Bleach. She will also unveil new tracks that will be released this fall and hold a high touch event with her fans.

After the concert, Younha will release a new Japanese album this fall for the first time in 5 years.

The artist will also release new tracks in Korea. Younha recently participated in singing the soundtrack "Till the Morning Comes" for SBS drama Late Night Restaurant.

BEAST's Son Dong Woon To Begin His Solo Activities In Japan

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BEAST's Son Dong Woon To Begin His Solo Activities In Japan

BEAST member Son Dongwoon began promoting for his Japan solo debut in July.

With the release of his solo debut album "Kimishika" ahead on July 1, Son Dongwoon left for Japan on June 9 to begin his promotion activities. He will go back and forth between Korea and Japan until the album"s release.

Son Dongwoon is planning various events such as live performances, broadcasting activities, fan autograph events, handshake events, and more. It was revealed that Son Dongwoon also wrote a few tracks" Japanese lyrics and fans" anticipation is rising for this opportunity to witness his musical talents and colors.

The solo debut album will be composed of 6 tracks including its title track "Kimishika," which will transmit Son Dongwoon"s deep emotions and charms. It was composed by production team Good Life.

BEAST previously opened an independent Japanese record label BEAST Music in March and dominated the iTunes charts. Their track "Can"t Wait to Love You" from May topped Oricon daily charts and proved the group"s increasing popularity. Consequently, all eyes are on Son Dongwoon as he makes his debut in Japan and curiosity is rising over whether he will be able to capture the fans" hearts outside of the group.

Super Junior K.R.Y bring back their heavenly voices with audio teaser for Japanese single "Join Hands"

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Super Junior K.R.Y bring back their heavenly voices with audio teaser for Japanese single

Those heavenly voices representing the vocal line of Super Junior, Super Junior K.R.Y, are getting ready to melt your hearts with upcoming Japanese single "Join Hands"!

The single isn"t set for release until August 5th, but to make the wait a little easier, or perhaps harder, we"ve been treated to an audio teaser!

As expected, the beautiful voices of the three members don"t disappoint and neither does the song by the sound of it so far! Listen to the snippet below as you await the release coming down the road!

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Crayon Pop to Release Single in Japan Next Month

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Crayon Pop to Release Single in Japan Next Month

K-pop girl group Crayon Pop will make their Japanese debut next month.Their management agency, Chrome Entertainment, said the girls will release their first single in Japan on July 22 and start touring several cities in Japan to promote the album.

Crayon Pop released a mini album of their existing songs in Japan in November last year.