SHINee's Japanese debut has attracted hot media attention, as six Japanese newspapers- "Sports Hochi", "Junichi Sports", "Sankei Sports", "Sports Nippon", "Nikkan Sports", and "Daily Sports"-focused on SHINee's Abbey Road showcase in London on the 21st. Sports Hochi reported that the Abbey Road showcase garnered a swarm of 1,000 European fans, stating,"A fever that hasn't appeared since the Beatles" and praised SHINee for their world popularity. At this sacred place, in which only legends such as the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, and Rod Stewart perform gives a significant meaning to the first Asian singer's live showcase on the Abbey Road. SHINee members expressed their feelings as they stated, "We want to go down in history like the Beatles." SHINee's success into the world stage with their popularity in London and SMTown Live performance in Paris shows us once again K-pop's growing popularity across the world. Junchi Sports devoted a headline of "SHINee is Asia's Beatles, First Asia Studio Live Showcase on Abbey Road", while Sankai Sports stated "Beatles Craze", and Sports Nipun reported "SHINee, Te Beatles, hits London 'Abbey Road' Live! Taken the first entry into the world." Source: Naver Tip: Soapie
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Posted by Wednesday, June 22, 2011
SHINee compared to Beatles by Japanese media
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