A Pink’s popularity shoots up in Japan

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Apink's growing popularity in Japan

A Pink’s growing popularity in Japan. Picture: Korea Herald

A Pink, the popular girl group under A Cube Entertainment, held a showcase in Namba Hatch Concert Hall in Osaka last September 13 in front of 4,000 enthusiastic fans.

A Cube Entertainment said: “The concert hall can only hold around 2,000 people, but the registration showed 50,000 fans, showing much of A Pink’s growing popularity. Since a lot of fans could not participate, they requested for more performances, that’s why the group held additional showcase this time.”

The girl group performed the title song of their fourth album Mister Chu, and also other songs such as NoNoNo, Hush and I Don’t Know.

A Pink will release their single album with songs “NoNoNo” and “MyMy” in Japan in October. The album has already achieved the top rankings in pre-orders on Japan’s music portals.

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