[VIDEO] Super Junior releases Japanese “Opera” MV short version

[VIDEO] Super Junior releases Japanese “Opera” MV short version

[VIDEO] Super Junior releases Japanese Opera MV short version

Hallyu group Super Junior previously revealed that they will be releasing a Japanese version of Opera. After releasing a preview of the PV earlier this month, the boys released a short version music video for their upcoming single.

Opera is included to Super Juniors latest Korean full length album Mr. Simple. The single will be in Japanese version and will as well include original Japanese song Way, which is their second original song after Snow White.

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Super Junior to release Japanese version of “Opera”

Super Junior to release Japanese version of “Opera”

Super Junior to release Japanese version of Opera

Via tokyohive:

Super Junior has revealed that they will be releasing their new Japanese single, Opera, on May 9th. This dance number has already been performed during the boys live concert tour, SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR SUPER SHOW 4.

For its coupling track, the single will include a Japanese original song called Way, which has the themes of departure and bonds. The limited edition will come with a DVD containing the music video and its making-of footage. Meanwhile, the regular edition will come in 9 different jacket covers.

Furthermore, Super Junior will hold SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR SUPER SHOW 4 in TOKYO on May 12th and 13th at Tokyo Dome.

SourceImage: Oricon

Tip: Mel

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Boy group HALO drop PV for Japanese version of

Boy group HALO drop PV for Japanese version of "Fever"

Boy group HALO drop PV for Japanese version of

HALOare getting ready for their Japanese promotions with their song"Fever", which they previously released in Korea last year!

The six-member boy group will be hitting the Japanese music scene with their songof a new school genre, with elements of funk, hip hop, and electronica. The Japanese PV for the song is completely different from their Korean version, so it"s definitely worth checking out.

The song"s official release is on July 15, and they"ll also be greeting Japanese fans through a special event in Osaka and Tokyo next week.

Check out the Japanese version of "Fever" above!

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Girls’ Generation

Girls’ Generation"s teaser video of "Catch Me If You Can" Japanese version CD

On April 16th, Universal Music Japan dropped a video on their official YouTube channel featuring Girls" Generation.

On the 33-second video, teases about the upcoming release of SNSD"s Japanese version of their latest song "Catch Me If You Can." The new song will have its CD version.

"Catch Me If You Can" Japanese version will be released on April 22nd.

Watch below:

written by: loveluytakyo@dkpopnews.net SOURCE:UNIVERSAL MUSIC JAPAN READ MORE

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NU

NU"EST dance in the rain in short version PV for Japanese track "NA.NA.NA.Tear"

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The boys of NU"EST are looking gorgeous and mature in their latest PV for "Na.Na.Na.Tear"! This is only the short version, yet it packs quite the punch.

The boys hit the feels hard with this darkly lit MV in which they utilize umbrellas as part of the choreography. In particular, once the rain starts pouring down on them, they continue on with expressing their sadness as if the cold brings nothing new.

The song is also soothing and easy on the ears, so check out the PV above and stay tuned for the full release on May 20!

Tip: k

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A Pink Reveals Japanese version of

A Pink Reveals Japanese version of "Mr.Chu"

A Pink Releases Short Version MV for Japanese Single “Mr. Chu”

Following the sucess of "LUV" single, APink made their comeback with a Japanese version of "Mr.Chu."

The one minute and 30 seconds video is very similar to the music video for the original Korean version of the girl group’s hit single. This will be A Pink’s second Japanese single after “No No No.” They made their Japanese debut with “No No No” in September of last year.

A Pink has had a very successful last few months, as their Korean single “LUV” swept every major music program awards in December. Their first solo concert also sold out in just two minutes when the ticketing went live in December.

Watch the short version MV for the Japanese version of “Mr. Chu” below.

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