SM Entertainment announces aespa's first ever showcase, 'SYNK' in Japan

Soon after the release of their first mini-album, 'Girls', aespa will be hosting a Premium Japanese showcase in August 2022


                            SM Entertainment announces aespa's first ever showcase, 'SYNK' in Japan
aespa announces a comeback with their first mini-album, 'Girls' as well as a Premium Showcase in Japan this August (SM Entertainment)
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 Seems like June is a better month for the SM Entertainment girl group aespa, most particularly MYs (fans of aespa). The girl group had a rough May 2022 when an incident broke out during a college festival where aespa members were groped by college boys. The label as well as the school faced immense backlash online by fans for not protecting the safety and well-being of the young girls and it seems like fans are moving over from the controversy. After that, aespa was also mentioned in the ‘30 under 30’ list from Forbes Magazine and became the only K-pop group to do so in 2022.

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On June 1, the label SM Entertainment delivered the news on behalf of aespa members that the group was soon going to release the single they performed at the 2022 Coachella stage. It was announced that aespa had signed on with the international record label, Warner Records as their first K-pop girl group, and the second group in general after GOT7. The label would manage the activities of aespa internationally which hinted that the four-member girl group would soon be going global. Now, SM Entertainment has announced that aespa will also be holding a special Japanese showcase for fans.

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aespa to hold a Japanese showcase for fans

SM Entertainment had also informed that aespa was going to soon make a comeback with their first mini-album, ‘Girls’ that would be released in July. It was also announced that the members would be dropping their first English pre-release single, ‘Life’s Too Short’ in June. The song was first performed by aespa on the Coachella stage earlier this year. The upcoming album from aespa would include 11 tracks in total including old hits like ‘Black Mamba’ and ‘Dreams Come True’. It also seems like aespa is preparing for global solo events after this comeback as SM Entertainment announced that members of the group would be holding their first Japanese showcase in August of 2022.

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SM Entertainment announced that aespa will hold their first official Japanese fan meeting, ‘aespa JAPAN PREMIUM SHOWCASE 2022 ~SYNK~’ at Pia Arena MM in Yokohama, Japan for two consecutive days on August 6 and 7. The word ‘SYNK’, pronounced as sync is the name of the social media platform, Instagram in aespa’s Multiverse Universe which was first revealed in their debut music video, ‘Black Mamba’.

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aespa debuted in 2020 and have released three chart-topping singles like, ‘Black Mamba’, ‘Next Level’ and ‘Savage’ alongside other collabs and covers which were well-received by global fans so much so that the rookie girl group was catapulted to the global space very early on in their career. aespa will make a comeback with their second mini-album ‘Girls’ on July 8.

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