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2PM release a Korean version of the best album in Japan on Feb. 14

2PM are releasing a Korean version of the best album in Japan on February 14.

The best album consists of the most beloved songs of 2PM’s released in Korea. This album will be released in three different versions: One that includes a DVD of JYP Nation in Japan Concert, which took place in August last year, and one including “Alive,” composed by Jun Su, and one including “Move On,” composed by Jun Ho.

2PM have proved their popularity as they ranked second as a new artist and first as a Korean artist at Oricon Artist Total Sales of 2011. Also, at the 26th Golden Disk Awards, they received two best new artist awards, including New Artist of the Year. They are currently loved by many people in Japan as the most promising new artist.

In addition to this, Taec Yeon, Chan Sung, and Nickhun have attracted wide attention by appearing in Japanese drama series and movies. Their drama series usually recorded high ratings, and they are also loved as actors.

2PM are also holding an exclusive concert, under the title of “Budokan 6 Days,” at Nippon Budokan. The concert hall is provided for the first time to a Korean singing group. 2PM are holding the concert for six days on May 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, and 31. Tickets for the concert can be reserved from March 31.

JYP Entertainment says, “Because 2PM have attracted wide attention in Japan last year as the most promising new artist, we’re expecting that 2PM will make rapid progress also in this year. Including the Budokan concert, movie Ouran High School Host Club, in which Nickhun made cameo appearance, will be released in March 17. As a representative Korean boy group, 2PM will try their best. Please give your interest and love to 2PM.”

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