Girl group A Pink will be entering the Japanese market with their bright and lovable music.
On June 15, their agency A Cube Entertainment commented, “After receiving endless love calls from Japan, A Pink has been confirmed to enter the Japanese market. Their debut will take place this fall, and their first showcase will be held in August.”
“We have also prepared the launch of an official Japanese fanclub, and the debut song will be a translated version of a Korean song that still has the unique charm of A Pink,” the representatives revealed.
The solo showcase is set to be held on August 4 in Tokyo. This will mark A Pink’s first official activity in Japan, and also be the first chance for the local fans to meet the girls.
As A Pink’s most recent comeback with “Mr. Chu” has been a huge success in both Korea and abroad, the prospects look promising for their Japanese debut, and the local media has shown positive reactions to the big news.
Stay tuned for more updates on the girls’ Japanese debut!