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4minute invited to sing for drama event in Japan

2010/12/01 | 526 views | Permalink | Source

Cover of 4minute's third Japanese single "First" [Cube Entertainment]

Korean girl group 4minute has been invited as special guests for a promotional event for the broadcast of Korean TV series "Master of Study" in Japan.

Cube Entertainment announced in a press release on Wednesday that the girls will sing the song "Dreams Come True", from their third Japanese single "First", at Japan's Laforet Harajuku Museum to celebrate the broadcasting of "Master of Study" in the country.

The event, which will air on Japan's TBS, will be attended by 500 high school seniors who will be able to see the girls take part in a talk show as well as watch their performance.

Meanwhile, the members of 4minute will sing "Dreams Come True" for the Japanese version of the soundtrack for "Master of Study", which will air on TBS starting December 10.

4minute, composed of members Son Ji-hyun, Heo Gayoon, Hyun-a and Kwon So-hyun, made their debut in Korea with the single "Hot Issue" in 2009.

They were the first K-pop girl group to branch out into the Japanese market in early May, releasing three Japanese singles "Muzik", "I My Me Mine" and "First".

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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