After their preparations for the release of their Japanese single, “Mr. Chu,” Apink successfully completes their event on February 21st.
Debuting in Japan with their track “NoNoNo” in 2014, Apink came back with their second Japanese single, “Mr. Chu.” Released on February 18th, Apink finally completed their album release event in Toyko on February 21st.
To pay off for their hard work, the girls of Apink, along with their staff and other workers, went out to have a celebratory meal together. The girls took a group photo together in the restaurant while holding up peace signs and showing off their aegyo. They wrote, “We finally finished our last single album release event in Tokyo! We are having a meal together with our A Cube family, Japan company family, and staff! All in all, thank you!”
Even though people believed that the influence of K-pop in Japan has begun to die down, Apink disagreed and proved it with “Mr. Chu” ranking #2 on the Oricon charts.
In continuation with their promotions in Japan, Apink is also preparing for their comeback in Japan in May with the single, “LUV.”
— Apink 에이핑크 (@Apink_2011) February 22, 2015