U-KISS returns with a domestic comeback after their Japanese activities. Herald News recently met up with U-KISS, and despite their hectic schedule, they are still the same smilling boys with energetic expressions. If anything has changed at all, Dongho has grown taller. Last November marked U-KISS’s last domestic activities with their second album, ‘Neverland’, and since then they have been busy in Japan and transforming into the new Hallyu idols of today. During their time in Japan, they released their first Japanese album ‘A Shared Dream’ and single ‘Forbidden Love’ in February which rank on the weekly Oricon chart at 2nd and 5th, respectively. In addition, they successfully held concerts in Tokyo, Osaka and six other cities.
U Kiss tried to clarify the controversy regarding Diablo 3.
Previously, U Kiss left a comment on Twitter saying, “Thank you for getting us Diablo 3.” Especially, Shin Soo Hyup and Kim Jae Seop mentioned it and said they want to get the limited edition before the release. Some fans questioned whether they are posting those comments to get them from the fans.