Teen Top continues special anniversary performances
Boy band Teen Top will stage a special performance on cable channel Mnet's music program "M Countdown" on Thursday as a part of a celebration of its 10th anniversary, its agency TOP Media said on Wednesday.
Teen Top held its first special on July 10 on channel KBS2's "Music Bank."
Teen Top made its debut on July 10, 2010, with members whose average age was 16 years old — the youngest for any boy band at the time.
The band is celebrating its meaningful anniversary this year with a variety of new content for fans, including an album titled "To You 2020" and a remake of its popular choreography practice video for "To You" (2012).
"To You" is one of the band's biggest hits, which was applauded for its synchronized choreography.
Its new choreography video has garnered over 600,000 views since it was released on July 10, and its other hits such as "No more perfume on you" (2011), "Crazy" (2012), "Miss Right" (2013) and "Missing" (2014) have also garnered popularity in tandem with the recent retro trend.
The band released a video titled "Teen Top 10 Live" on Tuesday through YouTube, where the members carried out various missions while singing 10 of their best songs. They will reveal a second episode on Aug. 2, 11 a.m.
BY YOON SO-YEON [email@example.com]
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