(Photo : Cube Entertainment) Approximately 20,000 Chinese fans were able to see one of Korea"s top boy bands, BEAST, perform live over the weekend in the city of Shenzhen.
BEAST were selected as representatives from South Korea for the international concert that brought many acts from around Asia together in one unbelievable show.
Shenzhen, a city in southern China located just north of Hong Kong, played host to some spectacular special guests for the I Want Music Power Concert in Shenzhen including one of South Korea"s hottest acts, BEAST.
The six-member idol group performed a selection of their biggest hit songs for the crowd that was reportedly 20,000-strong including "Fiction," "Shock," "Shadow," and "Beautiful Night."
As the concert"s representatives from Korea, BEAST impressed the audience with their dynamic stage performances complete with electric choreography and unparalleled stage presence.
Also in attendance at the I Want Music Power Concert were former Super Junior member Hangeng who performed as one of the representatives for China as well as other big names from across Asia such as Li Yuchun (also known as Chris Lee), a popular Mandopop singer and actress, and Taiwanese pop sensation Yoga Lin (who also goes by James Lin).
BEAST have been one of the top-selling K-Pop acts in the world since their debut back in 2009.Managed by CUBE Entertainment, the six members have collectively released two studio albums, six EPs, and fifteen singles in South Korea in addition to an additional album and three singles in Japan.
Individually, the members have collaborated with a wide range of other artists and have pursued their own solo careers both in the music industry and as actors.
After seeing the incredible audience response in China, many fans are hoping the band will start focusing more of their promotions on mainland China in the future.