INFINITE launches Japanese billboard ads, receives 70,000 pre-orders for "BTD"
'Trend idols' INFINITE is gearing up for their official debut in Japan. On November 10th, Woollim Entertainment revealed, "Large billboard advertisements for INFINITE are currently being displayed on 30 streets in various parts of Tokyo, including Shibuya, Aoyama, Roppongi, Ginza, and Hiroo. Through these displays, we've spread the word of INFINITE's official Japanese debut." With its eye-catching title, '99.9% Synchronization Dance Vocal Group', the ads have proven to be effective in drawing people's attention. The charismatic images of the boys dressed in white suits have been gaining positive reactions from passersby as well. INFINITE is quickly rising as Hallyu's next generation of idols -- they've already received more than 70,000 pre-orders for their Japanese debut single, scheduled to be released on November 19th. With their Japanese showcase back in July, and their sold-out concerts in September, anticipation is rising high for their debut. The members stated, "We will become an INFINITE who works even harder in Korea and Japan... We hope many Japanese fans will cheer us on." In related news, INFINITE's first Japanese single, "BTD" (Before the Dawn) was pre-released for mobile download on November 9th on a Japanese music site, music.jp. Source + Photo: Dispatch, Newsis via Naver, music.jp
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