U-KISS recently made their long-awaited comeback with the release of their sixth mini album, “DORADORA.” At the same time, their youngest member Dongho has appeared on the small screen with his new mini-drama, OCN‘s “Holy Land.”
Upon the release of their album on April 25, the title track, “Dora Dora” soon claimed top spots on online music charts and album sales. In addition, U-KISS has made a successful comeback on each of the music programs this past weekend.
U-KISS’ maknae Dongho recently appeared in super action drama, “Holy Land.” Upon its premiere on April 28, the drama hit a ratings high of 2%, a first for the cable channel, proving U-KISS’s growing popularity.
“Holy Land” is the Korea remake of the original Japanese drama. Directed by Park Ki Hyung, the drama stars Dongho as the main character, Kang Yoo. Hoon, another member of U-KISS, will make his appearance as the role of Kang Tae Shik starting in the second episode. Known to be an expert in Tae Kwon Do, he is one of the reasons for the growing interest in the drama.
Fans who watched the first episode commented, “Dongho’s acting in an action drama is very fresh and cool,” “I want to see Hoon’s acting,” “I’m curious about the future plot of the drama,” showing much interest and anticipation for “Holy Land.”
In other news, U-KISS has made their comeback on various music programs, where many foreign fans have come to watch and support them, making them known as a global idol group in the music industry.