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MBLAQ to broaden their scope and goes to Japan!

New Boygroup MBLAQ is indeed getting their own crowd through their debut, yet, it seems the boys won’t be wasting their time only at the local market as they will show off their talent in the Sakura country this coming December 6 as the group will go on stage as the opening performer for Rain’s Fanmeeting in Tokyo.

J. Tune Camp revealed their Japan schedule via a press release saying that the boys will be heading to Japan. The Fanmeeting will took place at Tokyo International Forum a.k.a Tōkyō Kokusai Fōramu to celebrate the opening of Rain’s official Japanese website as well.

This time through the stage, MBLAQ will reveal their ‘Oh Yeah’ Japanese version for the first time, and the group will also sing other songs like ‘Good Luv’ and ‘My Dream’ from their first single album ‘Just BLAQ’  altogether.

Also revealed that Mnet Japan is set to broadcast a “2010 K-POP STAR” program and MBLAQ is selected to participate in the show. The first ever episode is scheduled to aired on January next year whilst the title will goes as “MBLAQ Conquered Japan” (tentative title), a close coverage near to documentary program where MBLAQ will spend 4 days 3 nights visit and experienced the Japanese culture and history.

Recently MBLAQ members “Lee Joon” and ‘Thunder’ were down to swine flu which create concerns among their fans (A-Plus) and this overseas activity is hoped to be their -healthy and all- ‘comeback’ stage.


A treat for all A-Plus!



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