Kpop idol group IZ*ONE recently performed at their first Japanese showcase singing 好きと言わせたい (Suki to Iwasetai) for the first time at Tokyo Dome’s City Hall.
On January 20, IZ*ONE successfully completed their Japanese showcase performing and greeting fans while also marking their upcoming global debut. It has been reported 4,000 fans came to cheer the idol group through their pre-purchased tickets showing how much love IZ*ONE has been receiving even prior to their upcoming official debut in Japan. IZ*ONE shared their intent to work hard to become global idols with the goal to perform at the Tokyo Dome some day. IZ*ONE also expressed their excitement to finally greet Japan’s WIZ*ONEs signifying the first meeting between IZ*ONE and their fan club in Japan.
IZ*ONE is a kpop idol group consisting of 12 South Korean and Japanese members selected through Mnet’s reality show Produce 48. The group debuted on October 29, 2018 with their extended play Color*IZ with title song La Vie en Rose being well received.
IZ*ONE performed songs from their Japanese single giving fans the first chance to hear it prior to the single being available on February 6.
As their final performance, IZ*ONE performed Produce 48‘s theme song Pick Me ending it with Sakura Miawaki saying “IZ*ONE is so happy to have a chance to meet with WIZ*ONEs even before our Japanese debut. Please continue to cheer for us.”
By Sara N