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Supernova Reveals MV for “Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute”

Korean boy band Choshinsei, aslo known as Supernova, has revealed the MV for their upcoming Japanese single “Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute”. The song is the Japanese version of ‘On the Days I Missed You’.

“Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute” is the band’s newest Japanese single, which will hit the sales on June 15th. As the video is the third part of Universal Music Japan’s movie “RUN 60”, it features scenes from the movie and scenes showing the band.

You can check out the Korean version that was released last year below, and the Japanese version above.

Source : GoKpop

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Supernova Reveals MV for “Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute”

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posted by Skeyume on 15 May, 2011 at 07:58 am   ·   17 comments

    Korean boy band Choshinsei, aslo known as Supernova, has revealed the MV for their upcoming Japanese single “Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute”. The song is the Japanese version of ‘On the Days I Missed You’.

    “Kuriunnare – Kimi ni Aitakute” is the band’s newest Japanese single, which will hit the sales on June 15th. As the video is the third part of Universal Music Japan’s movie “RUN 60”, it features scenes from the movie and scenes showing the band.

    You can check out the Korean version that was released last year below, and the Japanese version above.

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