The group Stray Kids (Stray Kids/Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Seungmin, I.N, and Felix) will be on the stage of Japan's leading music program TV Asahi Music Station.

According to the official website of "Music Station" on August 4, Stray Kids will appear on "Asahi Music Station," which will air at 9 p.m. on the 5th. He left for Tokyo via Gimpo International Airport on the 4th for the broadcast.

Stray Kids will show live performance of "CIRCUS" on the show.

"CIRCUS" is the title track of Stray Kids' second Japanese mini-album "CIRCUS" released on June 22. The new song was also written and composed by Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han of the group's producing team 3RACHA, making them realize their unique self-production capabilities.

It is the third time Stray Kids has appeared on ASAHI Music Station. Stray Kids, who first had a relationship with "Music Station" in November 2020, also proved their hot popularity in Japan by performing on the "Asahi Music Station" stage in October last year.

Stray Kids, who released their best album "SKZ2020" on March 18, 2020 and officially debuted in Japan, has repeatedly topped major local music charts such as Oricon, Tower Records, and Billboard Japan whenever they release local albums.

Asahi Music Station is the most popular music program in Japan for 34 years since its first broadcast in October 1986. In addition to Stray Kids, another group from JYP Entertainment, NiziU (Nizu/Mako, Riku, Lima, Rio, Maya, Mihi, Mayuka, Ayaka and Nina), will appear on the show on the 5th. They will perform their new single "CLAP CLAP" released on July 20.

Meanwhile, Stray Kids topped the U.S. Billboard's main album chart "Billboard 200" with their album "Oddinary" released in March. It is the third time in K-pop history that a Korean singer has topped the Billboard main album chart.

Stray Kids successfully finished their second world tour "Stray Kids 2nd World Tour "MANIAC" (Stray Kids' second world tour "Maniac") in the United States on July 20.

After the performance on July 27, the tour in Japan was also successfully completed. It proved its strong ticket power by selling out all the 19th World Tour sessions, which were held in nine cities in Japan and the United States as well as three performances in Seoul.

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