On November 13th, Korean group 2PM’s Nichkhun (23) announced that he will make his Japanese movie debut in the upcoming movie version of popular drama, ‘Ouran High School Host Club‘.
This movie is based on a manga of the same name. It is a romantic comedy centered around a popular host club at ‘Ouran High School’, where the female student Haruhi (Kawaguchi Haruna) has to disguise herself as a male host to repay a huge debt. Nichkhun will play the older brother of Michelle, an international student played by AKB48’s Shinoda Mariko (25).
Jay Park recently made an appearance on the November 10th episode of "Talk Show Taxi" on tvN. He talked all about his family, career, and his ideal girl. The interview touched on some topics and issues that were quite personal such as the reason he left 2PM and his feelings were when leaving Korea.
Jay was asked if he still kept in touch with 2PM but answered no. He did say that he really missed them quite a lot since he was really close to Taecyeon and Nichkhun. They were close because they were able to communicate with their English as well instead of only Korean. The hosts...
While dominating the music charts with #1 spot on Japanese music charts with ‘Take Off,’ 2PM also managed to dominate ticket booth sales as they quickly sold out all the seats for their Japanese concert tour. Well, the tour is over now and it has reportedly been a huge success.
2PM’s first Japanese concert tour–entitled ‘2PM 1st Japan Tour 2011 ‘Take Off”–kicked off in Sapporo on May 6th and ended earlier today on the 13th in Tokyo. Tour stops also included Fukuoka (8th), Osaka (9th) and Nagoya (10th). 2PM also added another concert in Tokyo on the 12th to please...
Korean singer and the former leader of boy band 2PM link later this summer, according to a press release posted on his official website (www.jaypark.com/fanmeet.html).
The singer, who is currently in Korea shooting the b-boy film "Hype Nation," will meet with his fans in eight Asian cities, starting with the Seoul fan meet on August 28 which will continue onto Taipei, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore.
I was reading up somewhere that Junho will be replacing Jae-bum. But I have confirmed itXD...after several hours of searching, I went to there official site and here's the information for you all.
No new leader will be chosen for 2PM.
JYP Entertainment company stated that they felt there was no need for picking a new leader in current 2PM because every member had matured to take care of their own business. As JYP said in Golden Fish Tank talk show (details), he is planning of bringing back Jae-Bum to 2PM in the future and picking a new leader...
Ahead of the conference with fans to be held this weekend, JYP releases a shocking announcement on member Park JaeBum on its official website on today that link.
Hello, this is JYP Entertainment.
Last September, 2PM’s member Park Jaebum announced his withdraw from the group and returned to Seattle after the shock of his words he wrote on the internet during his trainee time and we will reveal the course of action henceforth.
According to Thailand's International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), 2PM is the top-selling foreign artist(s) for 2009.
2PM beat out popular artists such as Lady Gaga and Black Eyed Peas with the release of their Thailand Special Album back in June. Despite the turmoil with Jaebeom, 2PM's popularity in Thailand is still very strong. Speaking of turmoil, if you can recall, back in August TVXQ was also selected as the Most Popular Asian Artist 2009 on Thailand's Channel V Music Video Awards.