2PM is ruling Japan these days with their 5th Japanese album ‘Galaxy of 2PM’. They just released a repackaged album of the same with exclusive content for their beloved fans.
The repackaged album is released in two editions, limited and regular. The regular album has 12 tracks of the previously released regular album and got a bonus track titled ‘Milky Way (Ama no gawa)’. ‘Milky Way’, also titled ‘GALAXY’ is written by Jang Woo-young and Natsumi Watanabe. Also, Jang Woo-young together with Ryan IM composed the song.
The limited edition has 2 DVDs and a 60-page photo book in addition.
DVD 1 : Solo performances of Hwang Chan-sung, Lee Jun-ho, Jang Woo-young from the ‘HIGHER’ days.
Wanna Love You Again
Turn it up
So many girls
Don’t tease me
DVD 2 : Solo performances of Ok Taec-yeon, Nichkhun, Jun-K from the ‘Higher’ days.
I LOVE U, U LOVE ME
Never Give Up
Maybe you are
Let It Rain
LOVE & HATE
The photobook will contain their moments from the ‘HIGHER’ Days.
Also, the limited edition has 4 more types (Type A, Type B, Type C and Type D) which you can choose as per your favorites members.
Check out the music video of ‘Milky Way’ below.
‘GALAXY of 2PM’ was released in April 2016. Since then the group is touring around Japan, holding various exciting events for Japanese fans with their ‘2PM Arena Tour 2016 – Galaxy of 2PM’ in relation to promotional activities of the album. In the sad news, this is the last tour of the group prior to their military enlistment. They will be meeting their fans at Osaka-jo Hall on 16th to 18th June, ending the entire tour.
Boys posed for a cute photo before kicking off their last concert at Osaka.
The album is themed ‘departure’ which means the beginning of a new era of the group. When it comes to the success of the album, it debuted as No.1 on the Oricon Chart and held on to their position for weeks topping various other charts as well.
During the groups activities for the new album, Jun-ho and Jun-K are involved in their solo activities too.
Not so long ago they finished their promotional activities in Japan for the previous Japanese mini album ‘HIGHER’. It was another successful step of the boys’ journey which made them loved endlessly for their incredible music and individual charisma.
No doubt that HOTTEST‘s worldwide are missing 2PM’s Korean activities. Members are involved in various dramas showing off their acting skills, but still there’s no news about any comeback for the Korean music scene. However, let’s keep our fingers crossed that we might hear something before the group go on hiatus due to upcoming military enlistment.
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Source : 2PM Official Japanese Website
Edited by: Munmun
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