After an 8-month hiatus from the Japanese music scene, Korean idol group Big Bang will finally resume their activities in Japan.
They'll start off with the release of a new song in April, whose title and release date have yet to be revealed. In May, the group will also embark on a tour through Japan's three largest cities: Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka.
These arena tours will include a total of 7 performances, giving approximately 90,000 fans the opportunity to see them live. This figure will exceed the audience numbers from last year's tour, which mobilized 50,000 fans.
Commenting on the resumption of their Japanese activities, T.O.P said,"We want to show you our powered up shape very soon!"
Leader G-DRAGON also cheered, "Let's turn it into one fantastic year!"
Popular retailer UNIQLO is going to collaborate with Big Bang for their tour by releasing special T-shirts, available on February 5th.
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Posted byThursday, February 3, 2011
Big Bang to resume activities in Japan in April
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