As reported by Asiae TV on their March 20th’s broadcast of Today’s Issues & Stocks, a possible schedule timeline for promotional activities of Cube Entertainment‘s artists was revealed.
Following, BEAST is expected to make a comeback with their 8th mini-album in April, G.NA with her 6th mini-album in May, and BTOB with finally their full-length album in June. Rain is also said to be preparing for a world tour, while BEAST is also working on a Korea-China-Japan tour.
Cube Entertainment, which is merging with Woori Special Purpose Acquisition 2 Co., Ltd on April 9th, is proactively planning for domestic as well as international activities this year.
The agency’s representative Park Choong Min stated, “The initial intentions of the company was to be global-oriented, targeting Japanese and Asian markets, but this year we hope to venture into the Chinese market.” The label is also in contact with Chinese management companies.
The artists have seen huge popularity particularly in China. BEAST has 520,000 members in their official Baidu fan club, while 4MINUTE has 250,000. With BEAST’s high reputation, there are plans for a concert tour for ten cities this year with an aim to start in the second quarter. There are also plans for 4MINUTE to hold two concerts and fanmeets in ten cities.
Last year in the third quarter, Cube Entertainment achieved 14.2 billion won in accumulated sales revenue with operating profits of 1.8 billion won. This year, they are aiming for a 20% growth. In the same period, JYP Entertainment comparatively gained 1.7 billion won in profits.
This is a partial direct translation by Koreaboo. Original article written by Lee Jong Won of Asiae.