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B2ST Makes It a Beautiful Night in Busan with Concert

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2013.09.30 11:06 Mwave An So Hyoun Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Holding its first exclusive concert in Busan, B2ST made sure to keep things heated.

On September 28, B2ST held its 2013 Beautiful Show in Busan with 6000 people in the audience. Kicking it off with a band version of Black Paradise, B2ST continued its lyrical melody throughout the night.

B2ST Makes It a Beautiful Night in Busan with Concert

The members greeted the audience in cute Busan accents, giving fan service to the fans in Busan.

“This is my hometown, so I’m happy to be performing here. Seeing your happy faces makes me wonder why we came so late, but I’m glad we’re here now at least,” said Son Dong Woon, who mixed in Busan accented words into his comment.

Yang Yo Seop also melted the heart of fans with more Busan-accented words, saying there are pretty ladies all over the place.

B2ST sang its hit songs from Shadow to Beautiful Night, getting 6000 fans roaring in excitement.

The concert, which sold out early on, had a diverse audience of not just Koreans in their 20 and 30s but also global fans and even male fans.

“This Busan concert is like a dream. It was a great time and I want to thank the B2UTIES for filling in the seats,” said Lee Gi Gwang.

“When you light a candle in the darkness, you can see the hot fire, but if it’s not there, you can’t even start a flame,” said Son Dong Woon. “I think because the B2UTIES stayed by our sides, we were able to produce life. Please make sure that flame never goes out.”

This is the first regional concert for B2ST.

At the Seoul concert in July, B2ST mentioned that it wants to become closer to fans in the other regions, receiving much anticipation from fans.

Photo Credit: Cube Entertainment

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