B1A4, the definition of an evolved Idol
Now, idols who are busy lip syncing to the songs composed for them by another musicians and dancing to their choreography don’t exist. Passionately singing and ad-libbing to their self composed songs and great rapping skill. They even calmly handle unexpected situations and warmly hugged their fans. It was B1A4 who showed the definition of an evolved idol group.
On 8th this month at the Seoul Olympic SK Handball Stadium, group B1A4 (Jinyoung, Baro, Sandeul, CNU, Gongchan)’s first exclusive concert “BABA B1A4” was held. Total of 11,000 tickets were sold out for their 2 day concert from 8th to 9th and proved the super rookie B1A4’s influence.
B1A4 performed “Tried to Walk”, “Beautiful Target”, “Sleep well, good night”, “Baby I’m Sorry”, including their unreleased tracks “I’m burning” and “”Would you like to sing together?” and more, selecting 24 tracks in total and created a splendid 180 minute stage. B1A4 who opened their exclusive concert after debuting for about 500 days started off the show with group stages completed by their teamwork and arranged solo stage moments to show off their own different charms.( Collapse )
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The 180 minutes that explained the reason why B1A4 is “The President of Girls”
( Collapse ) B1A4 grabs the title, “Next generation Performance-dol” with their first concert
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Here are some pictures of B1A4 crossdressing
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(registration required to view on the site, editing is not permitted)The concert really was excellent. WM Entertainment continues to be really smart in how they handle B1A4: the venue was small but decent to hold the 5000+ people, costumes and sets were minimal but not bad at all. Their profit margin had to be pretty good--and they could have made more on merchandise, which was desperately understocked. Both times the line had at least a thousand people; I came on the second day two hours before they opened sales, was several hundred people back in line. They sold out of hoodies in 10 minutes. There was also remarkably little gaffes for a first concert, audio and everything was great. Some organizational problems at the beginning, but that's Korea for you. It was a great show, and I would gladly go again! If you have questions, feel free to ask. ^^