U-KISS Japanese Concert Tour Tickets All Sold Out
U-KISS has become the new rising Hallyu figure in Japan. U-KISS started their first series of concert tour in Japan in the beginning of July. During the tour, they have visited eight cities so far and have sold out all the tickets, which adds up to approximately 80,000 tickets. Moreover, all of U-KISS’s Japanese albums are ranked highly on Oricon charts.
Through their Japanese concert tour and album promotions, U-KISS have definitely raised their profile as the next big Hallyu idols, following the footsteps of DBSK. U-KISS have performed 16 times throughout July and will be having a grand finale in Tokyo at NHK hall on July 28 and 29. They will also be releasing the third Japanese single “Dear My Friend” on July 25.
On September 5, U-KISS will be performing at the Budokan, the dream stage of Japanese artists, and officially wrap up their Japanese promotion. They will return to Korea after the Budokan concert to focus on a new album promotion in Korea in mid-September.
Super Junior”s Eunhyuk talked about fellow members Shindong and Sungmin”s upcoming military enlistments.
The duo Eunhyuk and Donghae held the showcase for “The Beat Goes On” on March 5 at SMTOWN”s COEX Artium and answered questions about their first album and fellow members. On Shindong and Sungmin”s enlistments, Eunhyuk stated, “Before, when Kangin hyung and Leeteuk hyung enlisted, I cried. However, I”m used to it now.”. ... Read more
Rainbow have revealed a choreography video of their song “Bad Man Crying“!
“Bad Man Crying” (“Bad Boys Cry“) is a track from the group”s recent third mini album “INNOCENT“, which includes their title track “Black Swan“. Unlike the high energy of “Black Swan”, the girls of Rainbow slow it down for this dance practice video. The song is written by Avengers, Breath, and Son Hye Sung and composed as well as arranged by Avengers.. ... Read more
Rainbow treat fans a dance practice video for “Bad Man Crying”, the first track from their 3rd mini album.
It”s very nice of them to release the choreography to their fans. The girls noticeably in their casual clothes but are dancing in heels. Do you like this?. ... Read more
The secret behind the trauma that led to Cha Do Hyun”s multiple personality disorder in “Kill Me, Heal Me” is a tragic case of child abuse. And the popularity of that drama, starring Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum, has not only increased awareness of the problem but it inspired a netizen-based effort to support the victims of such abuse. . ... Read more