Infinite is garnering a lot of attention before their Japanese debut. Their new album “BTD (Before the Dawn)” will be released on November 19. Infinite has put up billboards in different Japanese cities, Sibuya, Aoyama, Roppongi, Ginza, Hiroo, and 30 other streets.
The billboard shows off Infinite with the caption “99.9% Synchronization Dance Vocal Group.” The seven members are shown wearing white suits. Because these billboards are in the areas that are densely populated, it is catching the attention of K-Pop fans and Japanese citizens alike.
Infinite already pre-sold 70,000 copies of their Japanese debut album. Within one year of debuting with “Be Mine” and “Paradise” Infinite rose to the top of K-Pop.
Regarding their Japanese debut, Infinite has stated, “We will try to be a group that always does their best whether in Korea or Japan,” “We hope that a lot of Japanese fans will cheer us on.”