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B.A.P to Live Broadcast Seoul Concert to 20,000 Fans in Asia

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2014.02.19 17:25 Newsen Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Continuing much success with its first official album, First Sensibility, B.A.P is taking more steps towards becoming a global k-pop group.

After rising in just two weeks with its new song 1004 (Angel), B.A.P will be holding its upcoming concert in March at the SK Olympic Handball Stadium in Olympic Park. The B.A.P Live on Earth Seoul 2014 concert will take place on March 8 and 9 and has been raising anticipation with its promotional teasers and the announcement of its unique stage production.

B.A.P to Live Broadcast Seoul Concert to 20,000 Fans in Asia

On top of that, B.A.P revealed its plans to make this concert into a real festival with its fans by live broadcasting the concert. Through its performance in the B.A.P Live on Earth Pacific concerts and Japanese tour Warrior Begins, B.A.P has been called ‘live artists’ or ‘concert-dols’ but this will be the first time for the group to organize a live viewing event overseas.

On March 9, B.A.P’s concert will be live broadcasted in movie theaters in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan. So on the day of the concert, not only will the fans in Korea be able to enjoy the concert, but so will the estimated 20,000 global fans at real-time with the B.A.P members.

As it’s already been foreshadowed that the concert will have a completely new set list with high quality stages, overseas fans are passionately anticipating the added live broadcasted event.

“We decided to go with the live broadcasts to Asian countries first due to the fervent requests sent from global fans, who cannot come to Seoul for the concert,” said TS Entertainment. “We are currently working hard to deliver the lively stages and pounding music of the concert.”

Photo Credit: TS Entertainment

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