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Which kpop group draws most Japanese fans to their concerts in 2014?
Which Kpop Group Draws Most Japanese Fans To Their Concerts In 2014?

Which kpop group draws most Japanese fans to their concerts in 2014?

News via dkpopnews.net

Statistics showed that there were bout 32,000 fans came to each Big Bang concert. Member Daesung, who promoted in Japan under the name of D-Lite attracted about 170,000 fans to 15 concerts. If combining both Big Bang and Daesung"s promotions and concerts in Japan, Big Bang has drawn about 1.1 million fans, which is a really impressive figure.

Lovable girl group TINT celebrate their 1st anniversary with Q&A video + personally written letters

News via allkpop.com

To celebrate, each girl sat down for a Q&A session in which they replied to questions left by their fans. When leader Mei was asked about the most memorable mistake she made around their debut time, she played a video in which her voice cracked during a performance, cutely explaining that afterwards, she went to the dorm, covered herself up with a blanket, and cried.

In addition, the girls showed beautifully letters that they personally wrote for their fans, decorating them up and filling them up with the gratitude they felt for fans. The sweet messages are bound to make fans smile and cry.

New female KPop girl group Taurine uploads MV of debut song "Wish List"

News via dkpopnews.net

"Wish List" is a song that has jazz sound and tackles about the food that the three girls of Taurine want to eat, but they can"t because they are preparing for their debut performance. The music video will surely make you feel hungry. The song is composed by Yoo Junsang and written by Taurine.

TINT's agency GH Entertainment introduce their new boy group B.I.G

News via allkpop.com

This intro video plays coolly with lighting and has the five members impressively dancing to a catchy beat, doing cool effects using their muscular arms. It seems like K-Pop fans might have a new group to watch out for!

Kpop Boy Group ZE:A Made A Pledge To Support Korean World Cup Team
Kpop Boy Group Ze:a Made A Pledge To Support Korean World Cup Team

Kpop Boy Group ZE:A Made A Pledge To Support Korean World Cup Team

News via kpopstarz.com

The MCs asked ZE:A members on how they plan to pledge their support for Korean siccer team and they"ve said "If Korean team makes it to the top 16, we will release a song that was not included in our new album."

They continued saying, "If Korean team makes it to the top 4, then, we will head to Brazil to cheer for them. We will also hold a performance in Brazil."

Make wave for the debuting KPop boy group BIGFLO
Make Wave For The Debuting Kpop Boy Group Bigflo

Make wave for the debuting KPop boy group BIGFLO

News via dkpopnews.net

The group is headed by Jungkyun. He's also the main producer of the group and he can compose songs. Z-UK was a former member of B-Boy Crew. He makes the dance choreography. Yuseong is a model in China. Ron is also part of the group. Hightop is the maknae who is a well-known underground rapper.

Kpop Girl Group A Pink Shared Why They Didn't Consider Having A Sexy Concept

News via kpopstarz.com

Chorong shared "It"s been three years." While MC Yoo Hee Yeol gets the reason why the girls won"t do any sexy concept like any fan boys would like to see, the girls shared, "Usually, if you"ve promoted for this long, other girl groups start doing sexy concepts, but A Pink have consistently done the innocent concept though I am a bit sad about it. But since you"re a girl group, have you ever thought of doing a sexy concept?"

Chorong shared her opinion saying, "As a woman, it"s very good to hear that you"re sexy. But we have a member who is still not of age yet. Our maknae is still 19 years old. Our figures are not really suited for the sexy concept. As we age, we want to show a natural sexiness that comes as we get older. So we haven"t really thought about doing a sexy [concept]."

Its a good thing that the girls also considerate of each other specially they have a younger member, they"ve also wanted to stay sweet and not being pressured by other kpop girl groups concept. They want their fans to support them as they are.

Lovelier Than Ever: Group Tint Joins the Girl Group Battle
Lovelier Than Ever: Group Tint Joins The Girl Group Battle

Lovelier Than Ever: Group Tint Joins the Girl Group Battle

News via kpopstarz.com

Girl group Tint will join the girl group battle this March with their comeback.

After their debut single album Love at First Sight released last October, the fresh and innocent Tint returns with their 2nd single album.

Tint member Lee Mirim is known to the public through her participation in SBS audition program "K-Pop Star Season 2" as a member of BoA"s girl group YouU.

Girl group TINT to make a comeback this March
Girl Group Tint To Make A Comeback This March

Girl group TINT to make a comeback this March

News via omg.vn

TINT is set to make a comeback with their second single album. Their agency shared, “This second single album will clearly show TINT”s distinctive color… TINT will show their charms through a unique concept. We ask that you anticipate it a lot.”

K-Pop Crossover: Align Entertainment Group Announces Auditions for New Asian-American Female Pop Group; Do You Have What It Takes to Be A Kpop Star?
K-Pop Crossover: Align Entertainment Group Announces Auditions For New Asian-American Female Pop Group; Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Kpop Star?

K-Pop Crossover: Align Entertainment Group Announces Auditions for New Asian-American Female Pop Group; Do You Have What It Takes to Be A Kpop Star?

News via kpopstarz.com

According to a statement from Align Entertainment, "We are looking to find talented Asian-American singers and dancers for this amazing project. We have formed an incredible team from across the world to train and produce the next generation of female vocalists and dancers for the U.S and Asian markets. We specifically targeted a team that has worked both in the Asian and American markets, which includes music producer, Mister Rocks; K-Pop dance choreographer, Aimee Lee Lucas; and artist/vocal producer, Ann One."

If you can't make it to Los Angeles to audition in person, you can audition online through YouTube. Future Kpop stars should upload a video as unlisted, preface the video title with [ALIGN AUDITIONS] and e-mail the link to [email protected] Each video should only have one song or dance routine but performers can upload and send more than one video.