The news of the release of a BTS-themed special meal as part of the promotional partnership between BTS and McDonald’s globally, had all the ARMYs going gaga over it. Seeing India as one of the countries mentioned in this BTSxMcDonald’s campaign, Indian ARMYs also couldn’t help but be excited at the prospect of the ‘BTS …
Her excellency Kim Jung Sook ( Hangeul:김정숙), the First Lady of the Republic of Korea served as the Guest Of Honor for a webinar organized by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations on the 3rd of October 2020. The webinar, titled “Weaving Relations: Textile Tradition”, opened with an inaugural speech by the Honorable Prime Minister …
For those of us who are staying at home currently and doing our part in protecting ourselves and those near and dear to us, there is much to do for entertainment. One of those things is looking back and reliving some amazing moments of the past. Today, let’s go by the amazing K-idols who visited India in the past year.
#1 IN2IT and AleXa
We started off with the ‘snapshot’ singers IN2IT way back in the heat of April. They wowed fans with their surprising affinity to Bollywood at their Mumbai concert, along with upcoming soloist AleXa, who released a new song ‘Do or Die’ this month. Fans were thrilled to see the sextet dance and sing to their famous tracks like ‘2U’, ‘Paradise’ and ‘Be Bop Baby’ along with fantastic covers of BTS, GOT7, EXO and even western artists such as Shawn Mendes, but the Highlight of the night was their collaborative performance with AleXa to the iconic ‘Bole Chudiya’.
Vamps were super excited to find out that their ultimate k-pop dream was coming true when A Team entertainment’s VAV announced their India tour back in May 2019. Starting off with a ‘Namaste’ at their meet and greet in Delhi and ‘vaving’ the crowds with ‘Thrilla Killa’ moves, vocals and rap at the two locations of Delhi and Imphal. You can also watch their India vlogs on their official youtube:
The four-member co-ed group graced the stage in the capital city of New Delhi and the city of Guwahati in the month of July last year. Everyone knows that India is a land of bops and Kard was here for it, with member J.Seph being a huge fan of Bollywood music, it wasn’t a surprise when they gave us an impeccable rendition of hit Indian song ‘bom diggy diggy’. Hiddens went ‘oh nana’ when they were finished and hoped the concert never ends.
#4 Jang Hanbyul
The former lead singer of LEDApple took the stage in three North-eastern cities in the month of July. He was met with a packed audience and much excitement through the shows. Along with Korean songs, he enthralled the crowd with a cover of Bruno Mars’ ‘When I was your Man’ and popular Bollywood song ‘Rabatta’.
Credits: Arleng Lads on youtube
With a successful pre-debut concert back in 2018, Mont decided to come back to India a second time! This time along with Mumbai, Bangalore enjoyed a hit from the Hallyu wave. The trio lit up the stage with their cover of BTS’s ‘Boy with luv’ along with performing their songs like ‘Will you be my girlfriend’ while dancing within the crowd!
Dimapur’s Kaleidoscope has seen many great artists and last year they took notice of the K-Pop fans from all over Nagaland and granted their wish. David Kim aka Dabit isn’t new to the Indian scene, with a meet and greet in Bangalore three years ago.
Watch our Exclusive Interview with Dabit here:
#7 Must B and LiveYubin
The Hornbill festival or the festival of festivals is a prestigious event that takes place in Nagaland every year from Dec 1st to Dec 10th. Last year for the musical leg they decided to invite K-pop rookie group MustB and artist LiveYubin. The group performed their debut song ‘I want you’ accompanied with solo performances followed by LiveYubin’s melodic songs that the crowd cheerfully sang along to. There was a supririse birthday event too for the solo artist as the crowd sang ‘Happy Birthday’ in Korean.
Credits: Theja jaja Ziephrü on Youtube
This is the perfect time to refresh yourself at home, try some fun things that you’ve always wanted and most importantly if you leave home, keep washing your hands and stay sanitized. Let’s all work in these unfortunate circumstances together for a better tomorrrow and more K-pop Concerts!
On the twentieth day in the month of October, a very special event had taken place in two of the major metropolitan cities of ours, Mumbai and Delhi. This event was filled with reminiscences of the days spent loving nine gorgeous queens of the Kpop Industry and of promises to forever love and support them. …
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