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[Video] B2ST Heads to Six Cities Around Korea for Guerilla Fan Meeting Today (10/17)

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2014.10.17 15:45 Newsen Lee Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

B2ST will be carrying out a guerilla fan meeting.

With its comeback date of October 20 quickly approaching, B2ST will be carrying out a special guerilla fan meting ‘561 Project’ in six cities around Korea.

B2ST’s ‘561 Project’ represents the 5 years that the 6 B2ST members were one with the fans and it has been organized in order to spend meaningful time with the fans as the group celebrates its 5th anniversary as well as its upcoming comeback.

For this project, the B2ST members each headed to 6 different cities around the country on October 17, to meet with the fans through various events at their designated locations.

At 5 p.m. (KST) the B2ST members will each be greeting the fans in front of Hongik University in Seoul, Euneungjeongi Culture Street in Daejeon, Chungjangno Street in Gwangju, Seomyeon in Busan, Dakgalbi Street in Chuncheon and in front of Jeju City Hall, and carry out a ‘high-touch event.’ Which member will head to which city has not been revealed.

[Video] B2ST Heads to Six Cities Around Korea for Guerilla Fan Meeting Today (10/17)

The B2ST members have been inputting their ideas for this event, which has been kept a secret, in order to gift the fans with special memories. Despite their busy schedules, the members have reportedly been enjoying their time preparing for the guerilla fan meeting.

In the preview video for ‘561 Project’ uploaded on the official YouTube channel in the afternoon of October 17, the B2ST members decided which area they will be visiting through the ‘ladder game. But which member will visit which site was not revealed in the video.

Having celebrated 5th anniversary yesterday, B2ST will be releasing the special 7th mini album on October 20, taking a step closer to the fans through promotional activities.

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