Brown Eyed Girls, CNBlue set sights on Taiwan before summer's end

Since airing on television in Taiwan, South Korea's music show Inkigayo has given Taiwanese music fans a taste of the "K-pop wave". Sexy K-pop girl group Brown Eyed Girls, who are no strangers to the program, formally announced that they have their music sights set on Taiwan next. The ladies will hit the Taiwan music scene with their "Sound G Taiwan Exclusive 2CD+DVD Set", where the album will go on sale in Taiwan on August 13th. Consisting of Jea, Narsha, Miryo, and Ga-in, the four ladies debuted four years ago to become one of the hottest K-pop acts today. Their popularity of their sexy dances have even been imitated by famed Taiwanese entertainer Show Luo.

In other news, popular Korean indie band CNBlue held a breathtaking concert filled with three thousand of their energetic fans in Seoul on July 31st. Lead singer Jung Yong Hwa of the group even swooned the female fans in the audience during his performance of "Song For A Fool" from his drama You're Beautiful. The band will be making a trip to Taiwan for their "2010 Listen to the CNBlue in Taipei" concert in National Taiwan University Gymnasium on September 25, where they will sing five of their new songs and play games with their fans up-close and personal.

Source: UDN

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