ZEROBASEONE, releases debut single in Japan
ZEROBASEONE, releases debut single in Japan
Group ZEROBASEONE delivers the excitement of spring.

ZEROBASEONE (Seong Han-bin, Kim Ji-woong, Jang Hao, Seok Matthew, Kim Tae-rae, Ricky, Kim Kyu-bin, Park Gun-wook, Han Yu-jin) will release their first Japanese single 'ゆらゆら -運命の花-' (Yura Yura -Unmei no Hana-) on the 20th. This single contains a total of three songs, including the title song of the same name, 'In Bloom (Japanese ver.)', and 'CRUSH (Japanese ver.)', which are Japanese versions of the title songs of two albums released in Korea. .

The title song 'ゆらゆら -運命の花-' is a song that expresses the excitement of a new journey ahead with drum & bass and trap sounds. This is a spin-off song from ZEROBASEONE's domestic debut song 'In Bloom'. The moment we faced each other, our time stopped, and the lyrics capture the flow of emotions that seep into each other as we finally touch each other.

In particular, this song reached the top of the real-time TOP 100 on Line Music, Japan's largest music site, after the sound source and music video were pre-released on the 8th. In addition, the cumulative number of streams on Spotify, the world's largest music streaming platform, exceeded 1.7 million, and the music video's views exceeded 4 million on YouTube alone, showing off its explosive popularity.

To commemorate the release of their Japanese single, ZEROBASEONE will also hold their first fan concert '2024 ZEROBASEONE FAN-CON IN JAPAN' at K-Arena Yokohama on the 23rd and 24th. Approximately 50,000 seats have been sold out through the official fan club pre-sale held since January 30th, and thanks to the overwhelming support of global fans, additional limited-view seats are scheduled to be opened.

ZEROBASEONE has been on the 'double million seller' list for two consecutive years with its debut album 'YOUTH IN THE SHADE' and second mini album 'MELTING POINT', which have been released in Korea so far, and is also expanding to the Japanese archipelago. Aiming.

Choi Ji-ye, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google