"Don’t underestimate KPOP fans, their hearts are purer than anyone else.
They love courageously. They try their best to tackle difficult obstacles, language and culture barrier.
KPOP FANS symbolizes PEACE. They don’t discriminate based in race.
They befriend people with the same interest from different countries.
They are more passionate and warm than anyone else."
-
A Psychologist, 2012.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

2PM to teach Korean Languange on Japanese TV, NHK !


HOTTESTs!~
2PM currently had a successful career after debuted in Japan
 about a year ago and already released 1st Japanese album, Republic of 2PMnow
2PM will be featured in a Korean lecture program on Japanese TV station NHK to teach viewers more about the Korean language.

NHK’s educational program, ‘Korean Lecture through TV‘ will begin airing in April, and 2PM will record a 5-minute corner titled ’2PM’s One Point Korean’ to teach viewers various Korean words they can use when they visit Korea.

The boys will also be releasing 2PM’s Korean ‘Best-Of’ album, 
2PM’s Best – 2008~2011 in Korea 
on March 14th.
This album consists of the songs that fans’ requested, 
as well as songs that have been carefully hand-picked.

source : allkpop.com
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2PM BEST ~ 2008-2011 in Korea” CD will be released on March 14, 2012 in Japan.
 It has 3 versions: A, B, & regular :)

“2PM BEST ~ 2008-2011 in Korea” version A 
contains a DVD w/ 2PM’s performance cuts from JYP Nation Japan concert http://www.sonymusicshop.jp/m/item/itemShw.php?site=S&ima=2329&cd=BVCL000000318.
 
“2PM BEST ~ 2008-2011 in Korea” version B 
comes with a 2nd CD containing Junsu’s “Alive” and a special pre-release of Wooyoung x Junho’s “Move On”
http://www.sonymusicshop.jp/m/item/itemShw.php?site=S&ima=2321&cd=BVCL000000320.
 
“2PM BEST ~ 2008-2011 in Korea” regular edition
 is just the CD~
 http://www.sonymusicshop.jp/m/item/itemShw.php?site=S&ima=2329&cd=BVCL000000321

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1 comment:

  1. even NHK tv program is trying to brainwash the japanese people about korea. that's sad

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