This magazine is especially special, because it comes with 2 folded, double-sided posters. [Note: I went back to Kinokuniya and checked out the June 2013 issue, and this one is also a double feature with 2 posters. So possibly every issue is like this.] In the top left photo, you can see the poster is folded into fourths and is nicely protected behind the front cover. Each poster is attached to the spine of the magazine with a perforated tab. This poster is of Lee Hong Ki.
The magazine continues with a 16 page spread of Lee Hong Ki adorned with a casual photoshoot. At the end is a foldout and interview of Kim Hyun Joong.
Besides the many photos of Infinite (and Lee Hong Ki), there are also lots of pictures and articles of Hallyu artists and actors. Even if you can't read Japanese, the abundant high quality photos that fill up over 120 pages are enough to make this magazine worth every penny. Overall, as an Inspirit, I'm so ecstatic to have this magazine and admire such beautiful photos!