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After School's Solo Concert in Japan Sold Out

2012/05/04 | 289 views | Permalink | Source

The girl group After School has begun holding their solo concert tour in Japan. According to their agency Pledis on April 29, After School held the first concert of the tour entitled "Play Girls" at Jepp Tokyo on April 27, and they created an enthusiastic atmosphere by singing 22 songs.

After School sang their hit songs such as "Diva" and "Shampoo", and they also presented various performances while singing songs such as "Gimme Love", "Broken Heart", and "Rip Off", which are included in their Japanese official album entitled "Play Girls", In particular, group member Lee Young, who joined the group in 2010, showcased her hidden talent in playing the electric guitar and received an ovation from the audience.

Pledis said, "The tickets for the concert have already sold out, which improved [After School's] popularity in Japan. We have decided to hold an encore concert on June 17 as there was a deluge of requests to hold more concerts".

In addition, After School held the next concerts in Nagoya on April 28 and in Osaka on April 30. And they will make a comeback to the Korean music industry in June with new member Ga Eun, who joined the group on April 10. [Yonhap]

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