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DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung and More to Perform First Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′

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2017.04.20 12:30 Mwave Susan Min

DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung, JunggiGo and Davichi′s Lee Haeri are revealing their new stages for the first time.


On April 20, DIA, Yesung, JunggiGo and Lee Haeri each plan to meet their fans with their new tracks through Mnet′s M COUNTDOWN.

DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung and More to Perform First Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′

DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung and More to Perform First Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′

DIA will be performing new title track Will You Go Out With Me? and track Boyfriend of their new album YOLO. They plan to capture the hearts of fans with their cute performances.


JunggiGo has also prepared his stage with new track Across The Universe. Across The Universe, which was self-produced by the artist, has a trendy melody and highlights JunggiGo′s romantic side.


Additionally, Davichi′s Lee Haeri, who officially took her first steps as a solo artist, will showing a different side of herself through Pattern and Hated That I Missed You.


Super Junior′s Yesung is also prepared to swoon fans with his smooth vocals through Paper Umbrella. Paper Umbrella talks about the pain you feel from the memories of a past love.


Meanwhile, Berry Good, Ulala Session, BOYS24′s Unit Black, Bonus Baby, SF9, Gugudan, Monsta X, PRISTIN, Oh My Girl, Laboum, EXID, Teen Top and Jung Eun Ji will also be performing through M COUNTDOWN, airing on April 20 at 6PM KST.

DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung and More to Perform First Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′

DIA, Super Junior′s Yesung and More to Perform First Stage on ′M COUNTDOWN′

Photo credit: MBK Entertainment, SM Entertainment, CJ E&M, Starship Entertainment

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