Infinite exude ambience of ordinary
The seven members of K-pop group Infinite appeal to fans with their ordinary boy-next-door looks.
After a somewhat lackluster debut in 2010, the group topped the charts with “Be Mine” in 2011 and “The Chaser” in 2012.
They not only boast of meticulous dance moves but also high-quality synthesizer pop numbers by noted songwriters.
Offstage, Infinite present a joviality common among any men in their early 20s, except for the faint traces of fatigue on their youthful faces.
As the demand for K-pop rises both in Korea and overseas, popular singers or groups have been subsisting on two hours of sleep a day as they manage tough schedules.
Infinite are no exception and they are glad and thankful to be part of the music scene. They have worked hard in sync with their producer and staff, to reach their nascent but storming popularity. Their hard work has paid off and they have concerts planned in Korea and Japan in the second half of the year.
What comes next remains uncertain but the group’s members hope what they have will be Infinite.