Baby Monster appears on ‘MST’ even before official Japanese debut
Baby Monster appears on ‘MST’ even before official Japanese debut
YG's new girl group Baby Monster has started an unusual local popularity sensation by appearing on major Japanese terrestrial music programs.

According to YG Entertainment, Baby Monster will perform the title song 'SHEESH' from their 1st mini album 'BABYMONS7ER' on TV Asahi's 'Music Station', which will be broadcast live on the 17th. Even before their official debut in Japan, their first stage in the country was confirmed to be the popular music program 'MST', which boasts a 38-year history.

It is also noteworthy that Baby Monster will perform on stage in the original Korean version. YG explained that as local music fans have already received a warm response to 'SHEESH', the song has been released in its original form. Also, NHK's 'Venue101' on the 18th and TBS' CDTV Live on the 20th! live!' They will continue full-fledged local promotions by appearing on major music programs such as:

In addition to music broadcasts, Baby Monster is gaining momentum in Japan. 'BABYMONSTER PRESENTS: SEE YOU THERE IN JAPAN' was held at Tokyo Ariake Arena for two days from the 11th to the 12th, and quickly entered the arena-level performance hall 40 days after its official debut.

The 20,000 tickets for the two-day performance sold out early, and additional seats were opened thanks to fan requests. To commemorate the performance, a pop-up store being held at a shopping mall in Shibuya Miyashita Park is also thriving. It was so popular that hundreds of people lined up for the opening run from the first day, and products were temporarily sold out, so they are planning to open in additional regions.

Meanwhile, Baby Monster's first debut event will be held a total of 7 times in 5 cities, starting with Tokyo, Japan, Jakarta, Indonesia on June 8, Singapore on June 15, Taipei on June 23, and Bangkok, Thailand on June 29 and 30. We expand our global base with our first Asian fan meeting tour. In August, they will participate in 'Summer Sonic 2024', Japan's largest music festival, and interact with global music fans.

Choi Ji-ye, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google