Supernova, who debuted in Japan two years ago, have revealed that they will be starring in their second Japanese movie!
On August 13th, the six-member boy band held a second anniversary summer event at the Pacifico Yokohama National Grand Hall. The boys informed their fans that they will be starring as the lead roles in an upcoming movie titled ‘Our After☆School‘.
The boys previously starred in ‘A Love Song For You‘ as well as other dramas, so they have plenty of experience in the acting department. They’ll be playing the roles of six Korean transfer students who help a club in debt spring back alive.
Directed by Sashiki Shota, the movie will be using Supernova’s 13th Japanese single, “Meki Love“, as its theme song.
At their event, Supernova also performed “Kimidakewa Hanasanai” (a song that had placed third on the Oricon daily chart on the day of its release) in high school uniforms. Leader Yoonhak said, “I feel a bit shy wearing a school uniform in front of everyone like this. We promise to work hard towards our 10th anniversary. About 5,000 showed up at our first anniversary event, but this year, we’ve received more than three times the amount. Thank you so much. We hope that next year, the amount of fans that show up will be 30 times the number today.”
Their film will hit theaters on November 5th.
Source + Photos: Union News via Naver