On March 8, DBSK‘s Changmin attended the 36th Annual Japanese Academy Awards Ceremony and took home the “Best Rookie Actor” Award.
He made his Japanese large screen debut in the film “Fly With The Gold” as an under cover North Korean spy named “Momo” taking the guise of a foreign exchange student. According to sources, Changmin blew film officials out of the water with his perfect Osaka accent. Receiving an award from the Japanese Academy Awards committee is considered to be a prestigious honor in the field of drama and film.
In other news, DBSK released their sixth Japanese studio album “Time” on March 6 and within two days over 20,000 copies have been sold. On April 27, DBSK will be kicking off their “TIME” dome tour starting in Saitama super arena and then onward to Tokyo dome, Osaka Kyocera dome, Fukuoka Yahoo Japan dome, etc.