Cosmetics brand Etude has shared a charming video featuring their newest models, SHINee!
SHINee helped endorse the brand’s ‘sweet‘ image by wearing pastel-toned outfits, resulting in an undeniable ‘sweetheart’ look. Thwacking each other with pillows and posing with giant product replicas also brought a sense of fun to the overall shoot.
The staff also interviewed SHINee about their favorite products, favorite make-up looks, and more.
Check out the video below!
have delighted fans with their fun pictorial for Vogue
Dressed in colorful, cleverly layered outfits with different textures and lengths, the two idols transformed into robots and cyborgs. The photoshoot took place just before SHINee had to leave for the ‘2011 K-Pop Music Fest in Sydney‘ earlier this month.
A representative from ‘Vogue’ stated, “After returning from London, SHINee returned shortly to Korea, and we ended up having the shoot amidst their busy schedule with advertisements and the like, [I don’t know] if it was because they haven’t been in a fashion magazine in a while, but Minho and Taemin were both assertive and positive.”
Taemin and Minho’s full photoshoot will be revealed in the December issue of ‘Vogue’.
SHINee has successfully debuted in Japan, placing 2nd on the Oricon Weekly Single Chart with their debut single.
SHINee debuted in Japan on June 22nd with their single, “Replay -君は僕のEverything”. In the first week of it’s release, it sold more than 91,000 copies placing them 2nd on the July 4th Oricon weekly single chart. With this result, they surpassed sales records set by all other Korean groups who debuted in their first week including Super Junior’s “BONAMANA” previous record of 59,000 copies.
Additionally, their placing of 2nd with a debuting single has tied them with other Korean artists that weekly debuted at 2nd in Japan: B2ST’s “Shock” (3/28), MBLAQ’s “Your Luv” (5/16), and Super Junior’s “BONAMANA” (6/20).
SHINee is set to participate in “SHINee Japan Debut Premium Reception Tour”, which will take them all around Japan, starting from Fukuoka on 7/22, and continuing on to Kobe on 7/23, Tokyo back-to-back on 7/27 and 7/28, Sapporo on 8/8, and ending at Nagoya on 8/11. SHINee plans to get closer to their fans in Japan through this tour.
In related news, SHINee also attended and performed at ‘MTV Music Video Award Japan’ (VMAJ) on 6/25 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba City.
Source + Photo:Oricon
On May 25th, SHINee’s Key sent a mass text to his fans through UFO Town and thanked them for congratulating the group’s third anniversary.
He wrote, “It’s already been three years! Time flies so fast~ haha! Thanks to all of your support, we’ve been able to reach where we are now. This is just the beginning for us~ Let’s create many more happy days together! I love you.”
Fans said, “100th anniversary GOGO! We’ll support you forever”, “You guys were so young when you debuted, now you’ve all grown into men”, and “Congratulations on your anniversary! Time does fly fast.”
The boys are currently awaiting the release of their Japanese single album, “Replay“, on June 22nd, with the full PV (special guest: SNSD’s Yoona) set to drop first on May 27th.
Source + Photos: TV Daily via Nate
The 2011 VMAJ is scheduled to be held on June 25th at Makuhari Messe and it’s been announced that Korean groups SNSD and SHINee will be performing at the event which will be hosted by famous JPOP group, AKB48. In addition, famous global icon, LADY GAGA will also be performing at the event.
This year the 2011 VMAJ (usually called Video Music Awards Japan) takes on a new meaning as the show has been labeled Video Music Aid Japan this year. MTV Japan is working closely with the Japanese Red Cross in donating 10 yen for every vote cast towards the Great Tohoku Earthquake disaster relief.
SHINee‘s Key appeared on the March 29th broadcast of Love Pursuer and left a sweet message for his grandma who lives in Daegu.
Only…his message was “Grandma! We’re preparing the next album now so you have to give judgement on the next one ~ ok? ~”
What next album? As far as official news, SHINee was supposed to debut in Japan this March with an album that was already finished.
Does this mean, SM has put off SHINee’s debut in Japan and will instead let them comeback in Korea?
Not going to lie — I will cry tears of joy if the news turns out to be true.