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  • 2AM Attracts 6,000 Japanese Fans
  • [2012-04-24]
  • The four-member group 2AM held an event to commemorate the release of their second single in Japan entitled “You wouldn't Answer My Calls” four times with around 6,000 fans at Stella Ball in Tokyo on April 22.




    The tickets for the event were included in their album on which the faces of each member was printed, and the event with various programs received a favorable response. The program included a talk show, live performance, and Q&A session. The group members sang the title song “You wouldn't Answer My Calls” with their excellent singing ability, which enraptured the fans who attended. On the fourth event, they also sang their new song “I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me,” which was recently released in Korea, and earned an ovation from the audience. Four group members – Cho Kwon, Chang Min, Seul Ong, and Jin Woon – went to see their fans off after the event.




    The single, which was released on April 11 and ranked 5th on Oricon chart, includes songs such as the Japanese version of the song “You wouldn't Answer My Calls,” which was released in Korea in 2010 and received huge popularity, their representative song “Like Crazy,” and a remake song of the Japanese singer Hirai Ken’s hit song entitled “Close Eyes.”

    In addition, the documentary movie “Beyond the ONEDAY - Story of 2PM & 2AM" in which the group members of 2PM and 2AM participated together, will be released in Japan nationwide beginning from the first opening at Toho Cinemas Roppongi on June 30. [Yonhap]
     

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