Wonder Girls recently guested on Boom‘s ‘Young Street’ radio show and discussed their thoughts on a variety of topics.
While on the subject of rookie groups, Boom asked the girls, “Is there any boy group that you think is good?”
Sohee replied, “Performance wise, TEEN TOP. Their choreography is so synchronized.” Sunye added, “Our choreography instructor also likes TEEN TOP. Sometimes during our breaks, our instructor will play clips [of them] and we’d talk about them amongst ourselves.”
Boom then joked, “So Sohee, do you really hate INFINITE then?”, surprising Sohee with the sudden comment as the other members laughed.
Yubin quickly jumped in for Sohee and smoothly retorted, “I’ve seen INFINITE’s performances. Their songs are good, and they dance so well. I thought they were really cool.”
Since Wonder Girls’ labelmates, miss A, also once picked TEEN TOP as the boy group they’re interested in, netizens commented, “TEEN TOP seems to receive interest from JYP girl groups” and“The younger boys seem to have moved Sohee’s heart.”
Cube Entertainment has just informed allkpop that a ‘United Cube’ album will be released in Australia!
This international version of the album will be sold in various record stores across six major cities, starting on November 11th.
Although the album has been available for download on iTunes Australia, Cube has decided to offer Australian fans an easier way to get their hands on a physical copy of the album.
‘United Cube’ album contains a compilation of 17 hit tracks from 4minute, B2ST, and G.NA, such as “Hot Issue”, “Muzik”, “Mirror Mirror”, “Shock”, “Breath”, “Fiction”, “Black and White”, “Top Girl”, “Change”, “Bubble Pop”, and more. ‘UCube’s “Fly So High’, which is currently not available for download on iTunes, will also be included.
A representative of Universal Music Australia stated, “In Australia, the level of affection and interest in K-Pop has spread beyond the Asian community and is rapidly spreading among Australian residents. Various media outlets are currently carefully monitoring this new movement… With the strategic partnership between Universal Music and Cube Entertainment, we are very happy to be able to provide the album of the charismatic Cube artists for the first time in the history of Korean-Australian music business.”
In addition, the record shop within the famous World Square in Sydney, will be opening a section in the store specially dedicated to K-Pop.
With Australia as its start, Cube Entertainment plans to release the album in other parts of the world like South America and Europe.
In related news, ‘United Cube Concert’ will be held on December 5th in London, England and on December 13th in Sao Paulo, Brazil.