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BTOB Successfully Ends Japanese Solo Concerts

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The seven membered boy group BTOB successfully wrapped up its Japanese solo concert.

BTOB launched its solo concert in Osaka on July 19, followed by Tokyo concerts on July 21. The group gathered over 2,000 fans in each of the four concerts, presenting performances to a total of 8,000 fans.

The concert titled Summer Vacation with BTOB was led by the members themselves in Japanese from the beginning until the end, allowing closer interaction with the fans. The members also surprised both the fans and the staff members with their overwhelming vocals and performance.

BTOB presented exciting performances through its signature groovy dance songs such as Beep Beep and Wow and showed off its vocal talents and soft charms through 2nd Confession, When I was your man, Star and Is This the End. The concert continued with powerful and manly performances of Thriller, Secret and I stole the lips, leaving a firm impression on the Japanese fans.

BTOB also divided up into the vocal line and the rap line, and presented some of the J-pop songs rearranged in their own style.

The vocal line, which included Seo Eun Kwang, Lee Chang Sub, Lim Hyun Sik and Yook Sung Jae, sang TVXQ’s Bolero, showing a harmony between softer and powerful vocals while the rap line, which included Lee Min Hyuk, Phniel and Jung Il Hoon, presented Ketsumeishi’s Sakura, adding their own raps to the original song.

The concert was followed by a ‘high-touch event,′ allowing a more intimate interaction between BTOB and the fans.

Meanwhile, BTOB is currently preparing to make a comeback in Korea while promoting individually in variety shows, radios, dramas and more.
source: mwave
Tags: btob, concert, overseas activities
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