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Kim Bum Soo Pays Tribute to LADIES’ CODE RiSe and EunB in Concert

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2014.10.06 17:02 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Still remembering them after their passing, Kim Bum Soo, and others from Polaris Entertainment paid tribute to LADIES’ CODE’s Kwon RiSe and EunB in concert.

On October 4, Kim Bum Soo held the second day of his 2014 Kim Bum Soo Get All Right Show at Olympic Hall in Olympic Park.

Kim Bum Soo Pays Tribute to LADIES’ CODE RiSe and EunB in Concert

Playing continuous string of his hit songs, Kim Bum Soo energetically performed, even showcasing collaboration stages with Show Me the Money 3’s semifinalist Iron. He even transformed into Big Bang’s Taeyang to perform his rendition of Eyes, Nose, Lips.

During one part of the concert, Kim Bum Soo, and Polaris Entertainment artists, such as Yang Dong Geun, Rumblefish’s Choi Jin Yi, Sun Woo, and Ivy appeared on stage to pay tribute to LADIES’ CODE’s Kwon RiSe and EunB by performing I’m Fine, Thank You.

Kim Bum Soo Pays Tribute to LADIES’ CODE RiSe and EunB in Concert

“Compared to other agencies, we are a tightly knit group,” explained Kim Bum Soo. “We spend a lot of time together and eat a lot of meals together. The reason why my album was postponed was to show respect to EunB and RiSe.”

“Honestly, I worried a lot about whether to continue with this concert schedule. In the end, I decided to continue to keep the promise with the fans, but I really wanted to perform a tribute. I hope that everyone can remember RiSe and EunB even for a moment with this performance. We need to work harder to make their dreams come true as well.”

Kwon RiSe and EunB passed away from a tragic car accident that occurred on September 3.

Photo Credit: Polaris Entertainment

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