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The Boss signs with Japanese management company

Korean boy band The Boss has signed with a famed Japanese management company which will manage the group’s career in Japan, according to their agency Open-World Entertainment on Monday.

The Boss last week signed with Japan’s Digital Adventure (D.A.), which is also in charge of Hallyu star Bae Yong-joon and other various aspects of the entertainment industry such as dramas, distribution rights, digital and cellular contents.

“We felt that we didn’t want to lose our chance on these singers after seeing them on stage. We believe they have infinite possibilities because they give such powerful performances at such a young age,” explained a representative from D.A.

The boys will visit Japan in early September until December to carry out promotional events and record their single album in the country.

The five-member boy band, whose name stands for The Boys of Super Space, made their debut with their single album “The Admirer” in March 2010.

They are currently preparing the release of their first mini-album.

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23 Responses

  1. good luck!🙂

  2. People, D-NA did not change their name. “The Boss” is simply the translation of their name.
    Anyways, I’m so glad for them! Like seriously! I love them ever since I heard their rendition of 청혼 on PKL’s radio.

  3. DN-A is seriously the only group I support from the new generation of idols despite being so much younger than me.
    They just remind me so much of the K-Pop of ’04, ’05 that I used to love so much and have really good vocals for their age too. It really makes me want to look forward to their development as artists.
    Good luck to them in Japan. I’m glad they’re getting acknowledged and loved after all that ridiculous hate they received from some people during their debut.

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  5. to me, i dont know who they were
    i really dont keep up with the new groups of kpop boy bands
    cos until they got a really catchy song
    i will listen to them
    but if they dont, they are in the discard bin
    mblaq, beast, ukiss etc,

    is the boss going to be a hit
    maybe
    why
    cos big bang, dbsk etc have been promted well and i guess they will be the same
    im not a hater, i just think their company management sucks

  6. The Boss sounds a bit silly…
    agree that they can sing especially given how young they are.

  7. So their name is really The Boss ! I wondered why during Showking Bangkok instead of DNA, the name The Boss appeared lol.

  8. Their The Boss now?
    Lol wth….

    mmmmk anyways I wish them the best of luck!

    Half of Xing/ DN-a/The Boss are really talented boys
    Even tho they’re not my fave boy group I can say they’re waaaay more talented then most popular idols right now.

    They can possibly be the next DBSK with the right ppl ^^

  9. lol I prefer D.NA better.

  10. you know you’re getting old when all the idols start to look the same LOL
    but these guys were dna (or something like that) before, right ? *confused*
    eh, i’m not into young and sweet little boys anymore anw…

  11. is the same group that say they going to be the next DBSK?

    • edit
      is it the same group.

      • yup it is

      • DN-A is seriously the only group I support from the new generation of idols despite being so much younger than me.
        They just remind me so much of the K-Pop of ’04, ’05 that I used to love so much and have really good vocals for their age too. It really makes me want to look forward to their development as artists.
        Good luck to them in Japan. I’m glad they’re getting acknowledged and loved after all that ridiculous hate they received from some people during their debut.

    • Sorry. I don’t know why my comment was posted as a reply to you. @_@

  12. Woa they changed their name??? They were D.Na was it?? I found it hard to trust their company Xing with all the constant changing.. What was that all about? a company that changes their mind all the time??

  13. Whoa. I didn’t even know they changed their name…

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