Bts Wings Tour Was Worth The Wait

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BTS WINGS Tour Was Worth The Wait
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BTS WINGS Tour Was Worth The Wait

Its been almost three weeks since BTS performed in South and North America for their sold-out WINGS tour. Intense barely describes the chaotic clamor for tickets that ensued the literal minute they went on sale. Their fans flew from different countries and continents for a chance at seeing them live. Not only that, but some sacrificed work, school, and prom to meet these seven talented men who came from South Korea to astound an audience of thousands with their concert.

Their recognizable popularity attracted various news outlets to interview them: Billboard, Teen Vogue, People, etc. March gave way to numerous k-pop concerts, yet BTS stood out the most. Maybe it was their record-breaking reputation, or it couldve been the sight of excited ARMY coming out in droves for this rare occasion. Whatever it was, non k-pop fans certainly noticed something hot was happening, and their name happened to be BTS.

Jun Ji Hyun revealed to have purchased a building worth 28 million USD in cash
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Jun Ji Hyun revealed to have purchased a building worth 28 million USD in cash

The April 18 installment of SBS' 'One Night of TV Entertainment' reported about Jun Ji Hyun's real estate holdings. 

Recently, it was revealed that Jun Ji Hyun purchased a building located in Gangnam for 32,500,000,000 KRW (~28 million USD).

A real estate expert commented on the actress's investment, and said, "She gained a great asset that has a score of 98 out of 100. The airport shuttle drives by both left and right. It has an excellent pathway and it also includes hotels, malls, and more. It's an outstanding real estate that can cost up to 50 to 55 billion KRW (~44 million USD) after renovation."

B.A.P successfully wrap up U.S. leg of 'Party Baby' world tour!
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B.A.P successfully wrap up U.S. leg of 'Party Baby' world tour!

B.A.P have wrapped up the U.S. leg of their world tour!

The boys started their 'Party Baby' world tour in Seoul, and came to tour around the USA in April. They started in Atlanta on April 5, then toured in New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles until April 16. B.A.P was greeting by adoring, cheering fans in every single city.

SEE ALSO: B.A.P x AKP '2017 Party Baby' Official Merch Collab!

Now that they're done with the U.S. tour, the boys will be heading to Japan for "Wake Me Up" promotions in April before continuing on the Europe leg of the tour in May.

TWICE To Hold 1st World Tour “TWICELAND’ In Singapore On 29 April
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TWICE To Hold 1st World Tour “TWICELAND’ In Singapore On 29 April

Dear ONCE, listen up, for this chance won't come TWICE!

The nation's favourite girl group is hitting Singapore, and they are inviting you to their first World Tour 'TWICELAND' that is happening on 29 April!

JYP's popular female group TWICE, has hit the K-pop scene with a heavy impact from debut. The flawless 9 membered girl group consists of Leader Jihyo, members Nayeon, Jungyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung and youngest Tzuyu.

Straight from the survival show 'SIXTEEN', the girls debuted with 'OOH-AAH' in October 2015, turning heads left and right. The girl group has since then released 3 EPS and a repackage album. They also have a scheduled 4th EP coming up for their Japan debut during summer! The girls are well known for their song 'CHEER UP', which won several 'Song of the Year' awards, and their records during 'TT' and 'KNOCK KNOCK' for being the fastest girl group to reach 10M views on Youtube.

K.A.R.D Set To Hold First North American Tour
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K.A.R.D Set To Hold First North American Tour

Although K.A.R.D has not made their official debuted yet, they are already holding their first North American Tour for their loving fans.

K.A.R.D is partnering up with SubKulture Entertainment and Pop! Goes The World! for their first North American Tour. The group will be visiting 3 cities in the United States and 2 cities in Canada.

Theyll first visit Vancouver, British Columbia on May 3 at the Harbour Event Centre before heading south to the United States.