Several different Kpop groups will be participating in the Love-1 (Love Meets Entertainment) event in Japan on July 30th. The event is to be lead by artists who have their roots in Asia and was organized to show love through entertainment while Japan is still recuperating from the disaster in March. Out of the 10 groups that will likely to be present, 6 have already been revealed to be Kara, The Boss, Infinite, Supernova, 4minute and ZE:A. All of the before named groups are currently promoting in Japan, or planning future promotions for this summer except for girl group 4minute. Supernova just recently reached the second spot on Oricon weekly with the release of their single "Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute!" and will release another set of Japanese singles on August 10th. Kara, on the other side, just released a music video for their upcoming Japanese single "Go Go Summer" and will start promotions after its release on June 29th. The Boss is currently heavily promoting their second Japanese single "Love Bingo!" on various music shows and channels. ZE:A will be releasing another Japanese album on August 24th called "Watch Out ~熱愛注意報~". The title song will be a Japanese version of the same song to be released next month in South Korea, while their previous single "Here I Am" will also be made into a Japanese version. "Love Coach", a song from their first single, will also get Japanese treatment. Infinite will be having their official debut in Japan in July, and will have one of their first stages on this event. According to an official at Woollim Entertainment, Infinite has finished recording their album but a release date has yet to be decided upon. Until then, Infinite will make several more trips to Japan until August and will appear and perform on Japanese TV. The next batch of artists will be revealed on June 23rd. Source: Love-1 and Astromafia via KoreaBoo

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