Girls’ Generation prepping for Japanese debut
Girls’ Generation signed with Universal Japan Nayuta Wave Records to handle its management in Japan, SM Entertainment - the group’s primary management company - said on Tuesday.
“With only a month left to go until the group’s debut in Japan, we are actively promoting the band,” SM Entertainment said in a release.
Along with Girls’ Generation, other K-pop groups are making their way into the Japanese music scene, including Kara and Big Bang.
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