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Hallyu rookie idol stars on the rise 110918

Rookie idol groups have been doing their part in advancing the Hallyu wave.  Aside from B1A4 and Block B, who both showed off their charms through MTV’s Match Up, there are also groups like Boyfriend and HITT that have been actively promoting since their debut.

Block B received the attention of many industry officials for being the idol stars trained by Cho PD.  Their mini-album release in June ranked in at second in album sales and is still doing strong on the charts several months into its release, topping Hanteo sales.  They’ve also kicked off their Japanese advancement to a successful start, performing in four cities through a showcase tour in Japan.

The feat itself had some industry officials doubting their success, but Block B stunned all by selling out all of their pre-order tickets in just three minutes of them going on sale.

With other idols like B1A4 and F.CUZ promoting in other locations in South East Asia and the like, the influence of rookie idol groups on the Hallyu wave is receiving much spotlight.

B1A4 recently made their comeback five months into their debut with unique fashion and a fun house rhythm rapping.  “Beautiful Target”, their title song from their second mini-album, “it B1A4”, is receiving much love for the unique imagination shown in the lyrics.

F.CUZ also released their first Japanese single, “Never Let You Go”, last month and is holding events in various cities to meet up with their fans.

The focus is now on the future of these idols’ careers.

 

 

ASIA TODAY (SOURCE) INTERNATIONAL BLOCK (TRANS)

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