LOONA Will Perform in Tokyo: LOONA will do their first-ever live show in Japan. Blockberry Creative reports that on March 3, the girls will perform at Tachikawa Stage Garden in Tokyo. After finishing their European and North American legs of their global tour, their Tokyo performance is the most recent in the series.
While ‘HULA HOOP/StarSeed’ and ‘LUMINOUS’ debuted atop Oricon’s Daily Chart in Japan, LOONA has released two more single albums in the country. The group will return to the Korean music scene on January 3 with the release of “The Origin Album: 0,” just in time for their Tokyo show.
Blockberry Creative created the Loona female group in South Korea. Starting in October 2016, the group’s pre-debut project gradually unveiled each of its 12 members with the release of a promotional single over the next 18 months.
They made their first appearance as a group with the release of the EP [+ +] (2018), which featured the singles “Favorite” and “Hi High” as their promotional singles. To make room for new talent, Chuu was benched in November of 2022.
Blockberry Creative announced the debut of their first girl group via Naver on October 2, 2016. The pre-debut project lasted for 18 months. Until his departure in August 2019 due to creative disputes with the company, Jaden Jeong served as the group’s creative director.
HeeJin, HyunJin, HaSeul, and YeoJin were the first four members to be introduced between October 2016 and January 2017. Under the group’s Korean moniker, Idarui Sonyeo, each member has recorded a single album containing a mix of solo material and collaborations with the other members.
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In March 2017, the group debuted its first sub-unit called Loona 1/3, which had members HeeJin, HyunJin, HaSeul, and a newcomer named ViVi. Loona 1/3 promoted the release of their Love & Live EP and song on the SBS variety show Inkigayo on March 13, 2017.
The single “Sonatine” was included with the repackaged release of the extended play on April 27 under the new title Love & Evil. The original and reissued versions of Love & Live charted highly in South Korea on the Gaon Album Chart, peaking at positions 10 and 24, respectively.
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