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B.A.P attract nearly 1,000 people to their first fan signing

B.A.P, a new promising boy group, attracted nearly 1,000 people to their first fan signing.

B.A.P held their first fan signing to celebrate the release of their debut album WARRIOR at Yeongdeungpo Times Square, sponsored by Hot Tracks, on February 19 at 7:30 p.m. Because it was B.A.P’s first signing, a lot of people came to see B.A.P. Even before the signing started, many people formed a long line. After B.A.P appeared on the stage, nearly 1,000 people swarmed around to have B.A.P’s autographs.

People who came to B.A.P’s signing were drawn randomly from the people who bought B.A.P’s album at Hot Tracks in Yeongdeungpo from Feburary 14 to 17. During the event, about 1,500 copies were sold, so the competition rate was one out of ten according to Hot Tracks.

The fans were mostly in their teens or 20s. Dozens of people were from such countries as Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia, including Americans and Canadians who live in Korea, which showed B.A.P’s international popularity.

According to B.A.P’s agency, B.A.P have sold 10,000 copies of their debut album WARRIOR in first two days and about 20,000 copies in three weeks.

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