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Double S 301 Drops Japanese Mini Album

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2016.04.20 14:54 bntnews Bae Jung Yun

Double S 301 released its Japanese mini album.

The group, which successfully held its solo concert ‘Double S 301 CONCERT: U R MAN IS BACK IN TAIWAN’ on April 2, received its fans’ anticipations by releasing its mini album Eternal S. on April 20 in Japan.

Double S 301 Drops Japanese Mini Album

The group is receiving a great popularity in Asian countries. Along with the member Heo Young Saeng, who held a solo fan meetup event in September, 2015 in Japan, Kim Hyung Joon had a same event in Japan after releasing his single album in December, 2015 and Kim Kyu Jong also held the event in 2015 in Japan. Three members actively performed not even in Korea and Japan.

Its new mini album is focusing its Japanese fans’ attention. A famous Japanese song writer Matsui Goro and a singer songwriter Meghan Trainor, who received ‘Best New Artist’ award in the 58th Grammy Awards, participated in making the album.

Particularly, addictive dance title song Fraction, Bad Dimension contains the sexy attraction and Never Ending Dream that has an outstanding beautiful harmony of three members are included in the album. Various five original Japanese songs are included and completed a variety album.

Moreover, the group started its foreign concert tour starts from Taiwan on April 2. It will hold the Japan concert in Tokyo on April 25 and in Osaka on April 27. Members and its Japanese fans will have a meaningful time together during the concert.

Meanwhile, Double S 301, which dropped its Japanese mini album Eternal S on April 20, will hold its Japan solo concert in Tokyo on April 25 and in Osaka on April 27.

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