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Is Japan Ready For SECRET?

With member Song Ji-eun currently promoting her 2nd single, and SECRET finished with their Shy Boy promotions, what can we expect from the group in the future?

Leader Hyosung has  revealed the group is currently studying their Japanese, as they prepare for their Japanese debut sometime by next year.

Their label TS Entertainment stated though, that their plans are completely solid yet until SECRET can grow even more more popular in the Korean industry.

Do you think SECRET has what it takes to make it in Japan?

Source: Star News



28 Comments on “Is Japan Ready For SECRET?”

  1. dan says:

    get a few more rounds of plastic surgery in first.

  2. SuperJuniorLover6666666666 says:

    I think their ready. They have amazing vocals~

    • Fail says:

      You type ‘they’re’ as ‘their’ and ‘you’re’ as ‘your’.

      And it can’t be a “typo” because that has happened multiple times.

      • SuperJuniorLover6666666666 says:

        it is a typo.

        • Book says:

          It’s not a typo.. a typo is where you hit an adjacent key to another key. What you did is called a ‘grammatical error’ which is typically caused by shytty schooling, presumably in the USA.

          • OOOOKaaayy! says:

            this isnt language arts class he/she can type however he/she wants.

          • cdn says:

            Must be Roger disguising as Book now. You should stop picking on little girls you wimp…

            • Magazine says:

              Look, ‘Fail’ (whoever that is) was quite correct. It’s not a typo, it’s a grammatical error.

              I wasn’t picking on anyone, just highlighting a truth.

              Why are you people so topsy-turvy about truth and nonsense. You get angry about truth, and happy about nonsense.

  3. hmm says:

    i hate hearing to their ‘shy boy’ because the melody is so typical and childish. but i loved their ‘madonna’ though, it’s really catchy and pleasing to hear. hope they’d promote more on the latter than the former whilst they’re in japan.

    • Fail says:

      All their songs are typical, honestly.

      Only those who has nothing better to do would actually catch Music Bank and re-listen the melody that’s practically in the same-tune as all the other, except that they are re-phrased with lyrics that makes no sense in this world.

      That’s called ‘mental obsession’ according to psychologists.

      • hmm says:

        lol you’re nuts. 😀 and you’re the one who needs a psychologist’s assessment to determine your mental condition.

        • Book says:

          Actually the fanatics (You) are likely to need psychological assessment because of their delusional and non-typical behaviour (adherence to absolutes, inability to take criticism of their idols). People who just flag this behaviour are just normal.

  4. hmm says:

    lol you’re nuts. 😀 and you’re the one who needs to psychologist’s assessment to determine your mental condition.

  5. Book says:

    The results are in and, “Children under the age of 5” are ready for Shy-gay-boy by Secret-surgery.

  6. Henry says:

    It did well in the Korean chart. So it has potential to sell in Japan also. Only thing is that Japanese music is already populated with Korean artists.

    • Book says:

      Not so much.

      • Henry says:

        I’m just talking about the song “Shy Boy” which I have lost track counting how many times they’ve hit the #1 spot in Melon Chart.

        The song is nice so let’s just see how it’s going to be when it reaches Japan.

        Good luck to Secret.

  7. Jenny says:

    I’m not sure how much it would work out for them. The competition with all the korean girlgroups in Japan is tough. Kara has been the most popular but Momusu and AKB48 are still ruling the charts(especially akb48 and all the subunits)
    Interestingly it’s actually not the guys who like the korean girlgroups(mainly because korean girlgroups are to agressive compared to the cute and submissive japanese groups) but the girls.
    And sooner or later the hallyu wave will fade.

    • Book says:

      Didn’t it fade years ago? I never experienced it here in Europe because only about 3 people even know where Korea is.

      • Jenny says:

        Well, in Japan it comes and goes. But the different thing about the hallyu wave this time is that it’s a younger group that is the consumer.
        But korean sources exaggarate a lot, they forget to mention that the albums/singles from korean artists are sold cheaper and often with a free ticket for several people to attend a live.

        • Book says:

          Korean sources (Wikipoodia-no-facts) say there is a thriving koreatown in UK, and it’s basically one korean shop and a korean restaurant on a street in some suburb miles from anywhere…

          .. so i know never to trust anything Korean sources say.

  8. watie says:

    It not easy for them. With snsd and kara big huge at japan…it not easy for other girl group make success.. But if they want try, they have stay long at japan, more long stay than kara. They will fail if they do it like snsd..they at japan really short. Just my think. Maybe miracle can happen, nothing possible.

  9. hannah says:

    where are the folks from ch4 when you need them? Too much selling of cheap plastic goods to Japan is going to lessen the value of kpop.

  10. bishoujo-sama says:

    another kpop group in japan? NO!

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