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T-ara's first live tour in Japan to appear in pages of magazine

2012/06/15 | 334 views |  | Permalink | Source

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A magazine dedicated to T-ara's first concert in Japan will be published next month. The publication, to be printed through Hallyu specialist magazine "Hallyupia", will contain moments from the performances of "T-ara Japan Tour 2012 - Jewelry Box" as well as sentiments from fans about the concerts and a detailed report about the events that took place around Japan.

Previously, other K-pop acts to have had a magazine dedicated to their concert moments were 2NE1, Kim Hyun-joong, 2PM and Lee Byung-hun.

The girl group, which recently raised its total number of members from seven to nine, released its first official Japanese album on June 6. "Jewelry Box" sold more than 23,796 copies on its first day and was No. 2 on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart that day.
In its first week since launch, the album sold more than 57,102 copies.

From June 19, the band will make another tour of Japan, visiting Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, Sandai and Sapporo before performing at the Budokan, Tokyo from July 25 to 26. More than 40,000 fans will attend the concerts.

By Carla Sunwoo [[email protected]]

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