The Japanese media is already printing about the upcoming debut of "Korea's Younger Brother" in the country. This comes ahead of Lee dropping his first digital album, "Dating Time", in Japan on March 6th. The album will feature the songs "Dating Time" and "But We're Friends".
According to reports on January 31st, the local press even mentioned Lee's concert at a dance hall in Japan, scheduled for this June. To start off with his first concert at such a venue, after only three months since his debut, says a lot about the kind of popularity he is expected to receive.
Lee held a press conference in Japan on January 30th, where he said, "Not anyone can hold a concert at that venue. I'm so very happy to be able to open a concert at such an extraordinary venue".
The young multi-faceted entertainer also mentioned the idol groups that have already made their own debuts in the country. Lee said, "Idol groups like Kara, Girls' Generation, and Shinee all continue to pursue active promotions here, but please also look forward to solo artist debuts like myself and IU, who also debuted not too long before me".
Source : english.kbs.co.kr/Ent...
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