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Kangta, Shin Hye-sung, Lee Ji-hoon to perform in Japan

2006/01/20 | 240 views | Permalink | Source

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The music group S, comprising singers Kangta, Shin Hye-sung and Lee Ji-hoon, will stage a mini-concert at Shinagawa Prince Stella Hotel in Japan March 25-26.

The three will take the stage together in Japan for the first time. It will be Lee's first-ever concert in that country.

Kang, Shin and Lee, three tall good-looking young singers who are all the same age, are close friends and even wear identical custom-made gold rings to show off their strong friendship. They founded S in 2003 as a project group, whose debut song "I Swear" earned it instant popularity.

Last year, the three sang the theme song of the film "April Snow" starring actor Bae Yong-joon.

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