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AOA's upcoming Japanese debut

Pann: Japanese version of AOA's Miniskirt got sexier


1. [+142, -42] Aren't they the ones who were almost getting popular and they didn't because they were caught glaring at each other and because their terrible live skills except Choa got revealed? They look rude

2. [+123, -48] They actually had a lot of controversies. There's a gif of a member holding a spoon like a cigarette. She realized what she was doing and took her hand off. They sang on an open radio and a member was glaring at Choa

3. [+108, -42] Ah... This is no... They're still not on the level of Apink and Girl's Day. What are they gonna do in Japan? Apink was announced to debut in Japan in mid-October and AOA will debut in Oct 2nd to get the fans before Apink. Apink is a Japanese style but AOA is a common sexy concept

4. [+53, -2] Honestly they're not at the safe boundary yet because their popularity is still not big. They shouldn't promote overseas yet. Unless they have a decent popularity, people will only remember them when they have a comeback

5. [+52, -3] I wish our country's idols wouldn't go to Japan

6. [+51, -1] I want them to come back as a band

7. [+51, -3] Choa is likable

8. [+47, -3] A lot of guys like AOA... Hm... But I'm not sure if they're popular or not. They're vague

9. [+45, -3] They should leave after setting a decent popularity in Korea... It's not like they're guaranteed a success there. Why do they have to leave right away? It's not like Miniskirt and Short Hair were daebak hit songs. When Kara got popular with Lupin, they went to Japan right away and released Jumping in both Korea and Japan. But their popularity decreased in Korea and they got into a lawsuit after a few months... Seeing this, you shouldn't make a hasty decision. Kara should've also stayed a bit more and get more fans

10. [+40, -2] They should be working on getting more popularity in Korea when their name is still out there

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