The Wonder Girls, currently attracting much attention, will be embarking on an American tour.
The Wonder Girls will start their anticipated American tour with the simultaneous worldwide release of their new album, traveling with Korea's popular idol group 2PM (Junsu, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho, Chansung).
However, although it had been anticipated that 2AM (Jo Kwon, Seulong, Changmin, Jinwoon) would also take the opening stage, it has been confirmed that they will not be joining this concert tour.
The Wonder Girls were the first Korean artists to break the barrier of the American Billboard charts, giving hope to [other Korean artists]. They spent last summer in America, gaining experience by opening for American idol group 'Jonas Brothers' in about 50 venues across North America.
The Wonder Girls, who have gained much recognition in America for their potential, will be releasing a new album filled with the Wonder Girls' charm in a worldwide premiere in May, and will start their tour on June 4th.
Their first American headlining tour will be managed by top American performance agency Live Nation and will be called the Wonder World Tour. Tickets may be bought at www.livenation.com and www.ticketmaster.com. It is also notable that this is the first time ever that Live Nation is working with a Korean artist.
The Wonder Girls' debut English album(EP) is expected to include their new title song in English, Korean, and Chinese versions, as well as English versions of their hit songs 'Nobody,' 'So Hot,' and 'Tell Me,' and the 'Nobody Rainstone' English version and the 'Nobody Jason Remix.' The Wonder Girls will be the first in history to release a single and a music video in 3 countries simultaneously.
2010 Wonder Girls Tour Schedule
6/4, Friday, Warner Theater, Washington, D.C.
6/5, Saturday, Tabernacle, Atlanta
6/6, Sunday, Hammerstein, New York City
6/8, Tuesday, House of Blues, Chicago
6/9, Wednesday, House of Blues, Houston
6/10, Thursday, House of Blues, Dallas
6/11, Friday, Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles
6/12, Saturday (No 2PM), House of Blues, Anaheim
6/13, Sunday, The Fillmore, San Francisco
Original source: Nanum News
Translated by 49.5bananas @ W2D