Super Junior K.R.Y made a strong debut in Japan with its first Japanese single released this week as DBSK’s Max Changmin was announced as the winner of a major rookie acting award in Japan.
Meanwhile, a cryptic post made by Lee Joon stirred up controversy and a pair of actresses became the latest stars suspected of abusing propofol.
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Stars on the Rise
1. Super Junior K.R.Y’s Debut Japanese Single Reaches Number One on Oricon
Super Junior K.R.Y’s future in Japan glimmered bright this week as the Super Junior unit group’s debut Japanese single, Promise You, made its entry onto Oricon’s daily singles chart at number two.
The single sold 40,645 copies on its first day, reflecting the unit group’s astounding popularity.
Promise You then eventually rose to number one on the same chart the following day by selling 15,197 copies, giving the unit group its first number one single on the Oricon with its first single album.
Super Junior K.R.Y also successfully wrapped up its Japan concert tour with a final concert at the Budokan in Tokyo.
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