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B2ST Meets with 4,000 Fans During Thai Fan Meeting

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2015.03.09 16:27 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

B2ST held a fan meeting in Thailand, proving its popularity as a K-pop group in Asia.

B2ST met with the fans through 2015 B2ST Fan Meeting in Bangkok, which took place on March 7 at the Royal Paragon Hall in Siam Paragon.

B2ST held the fan meeting in Thailand after about four years since it held the first Asia fan meeting tour in 2011. As it was the first official fan meeting held in a long time, about 4,000 Thai fans gathered for the event.

Before the event, the B2ST members met with reporters from about 100 broadcasting companies and news outlets, sharing their thoughts on the Thai fan meeting.

Starting the fan meeting with Good Luck, B2ST performed a series of hit songs, including 12:30, Shock, Fiction, Shadow and more.

B2ST Meets with 4,000 Fans During Thai Fan Meeting

The members also prepared various games to play with the fans. A number of randomly selected fans were invited up to the stage to form teams with the B2ST members to play team competition games, including getting quizzed on Thai culture, hitting a certain number on the pedometer, and more.

The fans also prepared special events, showing their love for B2ST. After playing the special video they made about B2ST, the fans all held up signs that read, ‘We are not going anywhere. We promise,’ expressing their love for B2ST.

Wrapping up the fanmeeting, B2ST said, “We’re so grateful that so many people cheered for us and welcomed us even though we came back after about two years. We will return to Thailand soon, so please wait for us until then. We promise."

Having successfully wrapped up the fan meeting, the B2ST members will be carrying out individual activities in various fields.

Photo credit: Cube Entertainment

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