Korean musicals are finding a home in Japan 2012/11/30, Source,
K-pop idol Yunho of boyband TVXQ plays the main character in the musical "Gwanghwamun Sonata" on Nov. 21 at the Shin Shin Kabukiza Theater in Osaka, Japan. Provided by the production company
OSAKA - When singer Yunho of boy band TVXQ appeared on the stage at the Osaka Shin-Kabukiza Theater in Japan on Nov. 21, the 1,500-seat auditorium was filled with the shrieks of female fans who occupied near 95 percent of the seats. But this was no ordinary K-pop concert, it was "Gwanghwamun Sonata", one of the K-musicals that have found success in Japan in recent years,...More
FT Island special to air on Japanese TV 2012/05/25, Source,
Hallyu band FT Island has been singled out by leading Japanese music channel Space Shower TV Plus and will be the focus of a special program set to air on Sunday.
The one-hour show will feature a live acoustic set as well as interviews and moments from the studio,...More
FT Island promotes release of '20' 2012/05/22, Source,
To mark the release of its second Japanese album entitled "20", FT Island held launch events over the weekend, meeting more than 10,000 fans in Tokyo and Osaka.
At the meet-and-greet mini-concerts, the band sang a total of five songs including "Wanna Go", which was composed by members Song Seung-hyun and Choi Min-hwan. Group leader Choi Jong-hun's track "Stay" as well as "Satisfaction" were also performed by the Hallyu group,...More
FT Island Holds Fan Meeting in Tokyo 2012/03/26, Source,
The star band FT Island held their official fan meeting entltled "Congratulations!" at Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo for two days from March 19 to 20. The fan meeting was originally scheduled to be held last year in March, but it was postponed due to the great east Japan earthquake.
FT Island sang their new songs live including "Severely" and "Like Birds" that are included in their fourth mini album entitled "Grown Up",...More
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