With Korean girl groups making headlines for their impact in Japan this year, 'model idol group' Nine Muses joined the Hallyu wave by performing in the "SEOUL Train Nine Muses & Friends" concert on December 26th. Held at Shibuya's CC Lemon Hall, the concert was meant to introduce the hottest K-POP stars to Japanese reporters and fans. Nine Muses attended the event alongside labelmates V.O.S's Kim Kyung Rok and ZE:A's Siwan, Hyungshik, Minwoo, and Heechul. Nine Muses performed their debut track "No Play", which was followed by "Ladies" and "Buttons." They also collaborated with ZE:A for "Phantom of the Opera," "Booty Bounce," and "All I Want For Christmas." Representatives of Star Empire stated, "Nine Muses held their first performance in Japan and are extremely thankful for the warm response they received. The girls cried over achieving more than what they expected. They'll be continuing their Japanese promotions after this Seoul Train concert, so please give them your support." Meanwhile back in Korea, Nine Muses' Eunji and Lee Saem will participate as special MCs for Mnet's "M. Countdown" on December 30th. [gallery] Source: Sports Chosun via Nate
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Posted by Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Nine Muses debuts in Japan at "Seoul Train Nine Muses & Friends"
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