Korean idol group MBLAQ is gearing up for their debut in Japan, according to their agency on Wednesday.
The group will be performing as guests at their producer Rain's fan meeting, which will be held at Tokyo's International Forum on December 6, J. Tune Entertainment announced in a press release.
At the event, celebrating the opening of Rain's official Japanese website, the five-member boy band will be performing several songs from their debut album "Just BLAQ", including a Japanese version of their debut single "Oh Yeah".
In accordance with their visit to the country, music channel M.net Japan is planning to produce a special feature documentary on the idol group, selecting them as the first artists to star in their "2010 K-POP Star" series. The segment, set to air next January, will follow the group around for four days and shoot their experience into Japanese culture and traditions.
MBLAQ, who debuted two months ago, was created and trained by Asian superstar Rain for two years. They are the first group that Rain is introducing to the public since he turned producer.
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