After receiving many love calls, BTS flew over to Japan on October 23 to hold interviews with 12 different news platforms.
Although the group has yet to debut officially in Japan, there has been an overflow of requests to interview this rookie group. BTS will be staying in Japan for three days and two nights, interviews with Japanese magazines like Hallyu Pia, Haru Hana, and K-Style.
Hallyu Pia and Haru Hana, especially are the top 1 and 2 hallyu related magazines in Japan. With the start of this interview, the magazines will continue to deliver news about BTS for the next 21 months.
It is a very rare event for a hallyu magazine to interview and distribute news for a rookie who has not officially debuted yet.
enews spoke with Asia Content Center, who is in charge of BTS’ Japanese management on October 24, saying, “It’s only been half a year since BTS debuted in Korea, but it’s already stirring great interest in the Japanese press. Expectations for the group’s promotions in Japan are very high.”
Meanwhile, BTS wrapped up activities for N.O. and will start promoting The Rise of Bangtan.
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