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IZ*ONE Makes Its Japanese Debut

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IZ*ONE is taking their first step into the hearts of their Japanese fans— and possibly the world.

On January 20, IZ*ONE held their first Japanese performance to promote the release of their debut single, “I Want to Say I Like You.”

The showcase was held at the Tokyo Dome City Hall. Fans who pre-ordered their single were invited, and over four thousand people attended the show.

Putting on much-awaited fiery performances, the girls staged their hit debut single, “La Vie En Rose,” from their album COLOR*IZ.

Definitely getting Japan’s eyes on their performance, it made their long hours of practicing worth it.

IZ*ONE also performed a few of their upcoming Japanese releases. Aside from the aforementioned title track, the group also performed a few Japanese songs titled “Until The Day I Think I Can Dance,” and “I Want to be a Cat.”

Prior to this stage, IZ*ONE appeared on Japanese media to announce their activities. They also announced their goals in the industry, which is “to be loved all over the world.”

IZ*ONE

(Photo from iMBC)

Yabuki Tamara addressed the crowds in Tokyo Dome City Hall, saying “Let’s work hard to grow as a group!” Miyawaki Sakura also reiterated the group’s goal, which is “to be loved all over the world.”

IZ*ONE has just debuted, but they’ve definitely shown a lot of promise. They’ve won newcomer awards and have been received well by Japanese and worldwide crowds thus far. Fans can definitely expect to see them growing from here.

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