Sunday, October 11, 2009

"Guilty" currently is Top 1

Let's make a change of pace and dabble in the j-pop realm for a second - "boy" band V6 of Johnny's Entertainment is set to cross the seas and claim a spot on the Korean music scene!.

V6 have a pretty impressive history in Japan with over seventy singles (plus "Change the World" from Inuyasha nd a wide range of appearances, from broadcastings like dramas, radio programs and variety shows to stage performances like plays and musicals.

On the 9th, SM Entertainment announced V6's latest single "Guilty" will be distributed in Korea on CD and DVD on the 14th. This package will include a poster plus special booklet with letters handwritten in Korean. The DVD will contain V6's live performances by its two subgroups, 20th Century (Tonisen) and Coming Century (Kamisen) of "Starline" and "Hello-Goodbye", respectively. And it looks like that isn't all - V6 has already scheduled their first concert in Korea for November 14 & 15 at the popular Olympic Hall in Seoul Olympic Park.

Apparently, "Guilty" claimed the #1 spot on the weekly Oricon music chart earlier this month and sold nearly 64,000 copies in the first week.

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