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A Pink to Drop Second Japanese Single “Mr. Chu”

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As announced by A Cube Entertainment, A Pink will be making its comeback in Japan on February 18 by releasing the group’s second Japanese version of Mr. Chu.

The Korean version of Mr. Chu, which was dropped on March 2014, became an immediate hit on all real-time music charts in Korea, namely Mnet, Bugs, Soribada, Olleh, Naver, Daum, Monkey3, Cyworld and Genie.

Last month, the girls successfully held their first solo concert Pink Paradise for two days on January 30 and 31 at Olympic Park’s Olympic Hall with 7,200 tickets sold out in just two minutes.

After enjoying a two-week well-deserved break, A Pink is ready to gear up for its coming Japanese single, and will carry out a series of promotional activities, including album release and fan meeting events in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka and Nagoya, as well as going for interviews with local media outlets.

The group made its official debut in Japan last October with the single NoNoNo, which climbed to the third place on Oricon’s weekly album chart. They have since received a lot of love from Japanese fans for their pure and innocent concept as the second Japanese version of Mr. Chu has taken more pre-orders than NoNoNo.

 

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