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U-KISS Wants You to Look Forward to Next Year

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2011.11.21 14:12 Mwave Oh, MiJung

U-KISS is continuously hinting that it has big plans for Japan next year.

A rep from U-KISS′ agency recently told enews, “Avex, the group’s management company in Japan, chose U-KISS as the next group which will lead the Korean wave, and is pitching a strong marketing strategy.” The rep also added, “Please look forward to next year.”

Avex is Japan’s largest management company, and manages many other hallyu stars such as BoA, Super Junior, TVXQ and GD&TOP. Other popular Japanese artists such as Hamasaki Ayumi and Koda Kumi are also managed by Avex.

U-KISS Wants You to Look Forward to Next Year

U-KISS made its official Japan debut in June with the help of Avex. The group released a licensed version of its Korean album in August, and plans to follow up with a debut single on December 14, titled Tick Tack.

U-KISS recently finished filming the single’s music video in Korea, and the preview for the video was recently released in Japan to a warm welcome by the group’s fans. The preview shows the members in chic suits, dancing in front of a large clock, emphasizing their exacting image.

An official from the group’s agency, NH Media, said, “The Japanese staff made a chic and splendid video.”

The official also stated, “Not only does U-KISS have plans for a new song, but it also has many other plans for next year. They will be even better than before. Please look forward to it.” U-KISS will be leaving for Japan at the end of November for promotion, and will come back a month later, near the end of December.

U-KISS members Dong Ho and Eli (who both attended school in China) showed off their Chinese skills at the Korea-China Concert, which aired on KBS1 on November 20, indicating that the group will have an easier time making it overseas.

Photo credit: NH Media

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