Showing posts with label kpop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kpop. Show all posts

Thursday, March 07, 2013

[Concert Review] What Time Is It: 2PM Live in Manila

What Time Is It: 2PM Live in Manila - slideshow

Hotness overload! Last March 02, 2013 at the Mall of Asia Arena, sizzling boys from Korea conquered the hearts of thousands of “The Hottest” (2PM Fans) in the Philippines.  Performing in Manila as the first stop of their “What Time Is It” world tour, the boys absolutely made the MOA Arena crowd breathless. Their hot visages were not just eloquent to melt thousands of their pinoy fans, they were also oozing with talents and charisma.  Some of the very notable scenes/performances were Chansung’s tearing of his shirt in the middle of singing “Love You Down”, Taecyeon rapping and playing as a DJ on “It’s Time”, Nickhun’s amazing “Let it Rain” while playing the piano that melted most hearts of the audience, Wooyoung’s superb dance steps and his funny “Pakitong Kitong” which made the crown sang joyfully. Truly, kpop fans were so satisfied. Though only Taecyeon and Nickhun have the capability to speak fluent English, language barriers don't matter. The loving fans were hoping that these charming hunks would perform again in the country someday. -faf

Videos By: Grachelle Valencia. [Follow her channel on Youtube:]

Photos By: Grachelle Valencia, JYP Entertainment and The Philippine Star.


Friday, February 15, 2013

Dream K-POP Fantasy Concert [Philippines]

A dream and a fantasy together- last January 19, 2013, six awesome KPOP groups fell in the grounds of SM Mall of Asia Open Grounds like shooting stars as they conquer the land and the hearts of their Filipino fans in a dreamy fantastic concert organized by PULP. Six KPOP Groups: Girls’ Generation (SNSD), Exo-M, Exo-K, Infinite, U-Kiss, Tahiti and Tasty.

Cheerful and energetic KPOP fans waited and gathered before the concert not minding how long they will stand and the heat. Truly, their adrenaline rush powered them mixed by their frenzy. Extreme happiness embraced the crowd. Even male fans were filled with glee as their presence was inspired by the sexy and pretty members of SNSD, imagine that? Loving KPOP is not just for teens or young adults because there were also adults and parents who watched and sang together with their children. The prices of the tickets were expensive and took time for some fans to earn and save but seeing their faces and smiles, they were more precious than what they have paid. Though there are language barriers, I could therefore say that music could really bind us all.

Here are some pictures taken by my friend who watched:

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Youtube Videos uploaded by fans:

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