Ubuntu Entertainment Has Released A Wonderful Teaser Video For Yukika Teramoto's Upcoming Mini-Album "timeabout".
The South Korea-based actor and singer Yukika Teramoto (Korean: 유키카; Japanese: ユキカ) will launch a new mini-album titled "timeabout", published by her agency Ubuntu Entertainment, on April 7th. The mini-album will have six wonderful and amazing tracks - if the short clips in the teaser video is anything to go by.
"timeabout" teaser video.
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Yukika Teramoto has had a long and wonderful carrier as an entertainer after she successfully auditioned for Nicola Magazine in 2006 and become one of their regular models. She debuted as an actor in the live-action drama adaption of ChocoMimi in 2007. Her pop music carrier begun when she debuted as a part of the South Korean group Real Girls Project in 2016. She has released one album, Soul Lady, and six singles on her own during the last 3 years.
Yukika Teramoto will release a new mini-album with six tracks on April 7th. You can get an idea what the album will sound like by watching the short teaser-video above.
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