Police record submitted after Korean and Chinese enthusiasts  get started brawl at GOT7’s Hong Kong concert

Police record submitted after Korean and Chinese enthusiasts get started brawl at GOT7’s Hong Kong concert

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterDuring GOT7s recent FLY World Excursionprevent in Hong Kong, a physical altercation between a Korean fan and a Chinese fan ended in police involvement. 

According to reports, a physical brawl took place after a Korean fan rested her DSLR camera at the shoulder of a Chinese fan who was oncestatus in front of her. Whilstlookingto take away the camera from her shoulder, the Chinese fan allegedly knocked over the Korean fanatics glasses, causing the Korean fan to physically attack her.

After hearing what had happened, many Korean netizens have condemned the Korean fan for her loss of manners and admire while traveling to a foreign country, agreeing that the Chinese fan becomenow not to blame for the incident.

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BTOB impresses crowd to get started with solo concert in Hong Kong

BTOB impresses crowd to get started with solo concert in Hong Kong

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterOn November 27th, BTOB effectivelyfinished their first concert held in the town of Hong Kong because theteams debut back in 2012.

Opening the display amongst the hit song WOW, the contributors of BTOB were given the crowd going instantlythru their display screen of degree presence and charisma. The fanaticsrepliedby way of cheering loudly and acting fan-chants.

Besides striking on amazing performances on stage, BTOB also treated the target audience with impressive fan service. No longersimplest did the members give away roses and signed plastic balls, yet they also got off of the stage and walked into the crowd, letting the fans see them up close.

Not to be outdone by their own idol, the fans published that they also ready gifts in their own. As Eunkwang and Minhyuk were either born in November, the fans willing a 3-level cake and in combination sang Satisfied Birthday, suddenthe 2 members.

The evening ended with BTOB performing their hit songs, Catch Me and Hello. Take a glance at the footage from the concert below!

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Upcoming Korean-Chinese-Hong Kong movie

Upcoming Korean-Chinese-Hong Kong movie "Bounty Hunters"

Added the upcoming Korean-Chinese-Hong Kong movie "Bounty Hunters""s page to HanCinema database"Bounty Hunters" (2015)Directed by Sin Tae-raWith Lee Min-ho,...

"Bounty Hunters" is a co-production between Korea, China and Hong KongSynopsisA blockbuster about reward hunters based in Korea, China, Hong Kong, Thailand and other Asian countries.Release date in Korea : 2016

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Teen Tops L.Joe Greets Fans with Message in Chinese Ahead of Hong Kong and Taiwan Concert

Teen Tops L.Joe Greets Fans with Message in Chinese Ahead of Hong Kong and Taiwan Concert

Teen Top’s L.Joe Greets Fans with Message in Chinese Ahead of Hong Kong and Taiwan Concert Teen Top’s L.Joe recently showed off his penmanship in Chinese.

On May 21, few photos were posted on his group’s official Facebook page. He looks very focused as he writes the characters and later proudly poses with his work. The message translates, “I’m really looking forward to it.”

L.Joe wanted to write a message to the fans who are patiently waiting for the group’s “Teen Top 2014 World Tour – High Kick” in Taiwan and Hong Kong next month. The message and the few photos were very well received by fans from many countries as they flooded the status update with comments ranging from “Come to my country!” “That’s so cute,” “He changed his hair color.”

Teen Top will perform at Nanking 101 in Taipei, Taiwan on June 15 and at Asia World Expo Hall in Hong Kong on June 28.

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Suzy becomes the primary  feminine Korean artist to have her wax doll displayed in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Suzy becomes the primary feminine Korean artist to have her wax doll displayed in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Signer actress Suzys wax doll can be displayed in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. Madame Tussauds is an across the world operated wax doll museum of which museums are discovered in Hong Kong, London and other putsround the world. The museums showcase wax dolls of ancient royal circle of relatives members, actors, singers, sports stars and other celebrities.

Suzy is the primary Korean artist whose wax doll is displayed in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. Her doll will be installed in Hallyu exhibition hall.

British mavens visited Korea to make Suzys wax doll and worked elaborately spending 7 hours to measure her frame size.

Suzy said, "It is a brilliant honor to turn out to bethe 1st Korean feminine artist whose wax doll is displayed in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. Also, it was oncean enchantingrevel in to be exposed to the procedure of wax doll creation. I would like to thank the ingenious team. I amhaving a lookahead to the instant that my wax doll is displayed in front of fans".

Suzy will talk over with Hong Kong at the start of August to take part in the outlet presentation of her wax doll.

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iKON announces ticketing main points for first ever concert in Hong Kong

iKON announces ticketing main points for first ever concert in Hong Kong

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterGet ready, iKONICs! Large rookie staff iKON is determinedto hang iKONCERT 2016 SHOWTIME IN HONG KONG, and local organizer ELF ASIA has just announced the price ticketcosts and details!

iKON is set to be preserving the concert at the AsiaWorld-Expo Arena on Would possibly 7th, slightly bit over two weeks after their concert at the Taipei Arena in Taiwan on April 22nd. Those stops come after the teamsexcursion around Japan, where they attracted over 146,000 enthusiastswhilstsurroundings the listing of being the fastest foreign artists to carry a concert in Nippon Budokan just in a while later on their debut.

Be certainto pick out out up your tickets for the Hong Kong forestallbeginning on March 30th at hkticketing.com! Prices diversity from $680 HKD $1,580 HKD (approximately $90 USD $205 USD), with the costliest tickets being in the statusspace where you'll be able to get on the topic of seeing iKON functioning on stage!

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Exclusive Limitless concert reside in Hong Kong

Exclusive Limitless concert reside in Hong Kong

Exclusive Countless concert are living in Hong Kong Feb 02, 2016 12:14 Infinite, the noted South Korean boy band group, wrapped up their 2ndinternationalexcursion “Infinite Effect” with a grand finale in Hong Kong closing Sunday, 31st of January. The displaywas once held in AsiaWorld-Expo Arena, arrangedthrough Jasco Entertainment and Sun Entertainment.

With thousands of seats stuffed with “Inspirits”, their fans, participants of Infinite (Sungkyu, Dongwoo, Woohyun, Hoya, Sungyeol, L, and Sungjong) presented their much expected performances, showinggreat showmanship duringall of the show, and also showering lovers amongst fan-service. All around the night, they attemptedto attractjust about their fans by making an attemptto talk in few Cantonese phrases, which did pump the crowd up.

The arena turned intocrammed with excitement as Infinite split into 3teamsto accomplish ballad and hiphop, in which they showcased very other charms to their audience. Sungkyu who debuted as a solo and Infinite H (Dongwoo and Hoya) conducted their liked songs to hype up the arena. Infinite members statedthey had anticipated their Hong Kong concert in particular, on account of their passionate and enthusiastic Hong Kong fans.

Dongwoo’s oldsters besides visited the scene to give a spice up to their son’s finale concert in Hong Kong. They concluded their functionality with a promise to cross back soon to Hong Kong with a new album and stage.

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Netizens Feel EMBARRASSMENT For Rain Following LIES About His “Sold-Out” Concert In Hong Kong

Netizens Feel EMBARRASSMENT For Rain Following LIES About His “Sold-Out” Concert In Hong Kong

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterNetizens and lovers alike criticized singer and actor Rain after the Korean media found out his alleged lies about his upcoming sold-out concert. 

On January 28th, Rains agency, Rain Company, reminded fans that he'll exist bringing his 7th global tour, The Squall, in Hong Kong. It extragot here amongst a remark saying, Due to many fans expecting his performances in many countries, all the seats in the Hong Kong concert had been sold out. This proved that Rain is still being enjoyed in the local spaces on Hong Kong.

However, as the reports circulated, in conjunction with the claims made the agency, the concert tickets were discovered to be still to be hadvia Hong Kongs ticketing website, HKTicketing. In actuality, out of the 1-6 elegance seats, there are still tickets readily available in all categoriesexcludingthe primary and fifth, with fans in a position to reserve up to ten tickets per user if they sought after to.

This argument equipped by the Korean media questions the claims made by Rain Corporate  after also freeingsure statements about his concerts in Seoul, Shanghai and other maintowns in China.

Rain is scheduled to bring The Squall in Hong Kong on January 30th.

Find out what Netizens had to mention or sothis newsletter below!

Koreaboo has accumulated reactions from Netizens who commented at thelong-established article from our Korean source. The under comments are the preferred comments at the time of this article being published.

1,364 / -113 Hahahahahahaha I wonder how much the newshoundswere givenoriginally claiming that he was oncea global star

1,108 / -87 Aigo.. Reporter He become just seeking topromote it himself with lies.. Why disclose this!!

253 / -43 He's a CEO of an organization who lost where he began from. I will see from his facial expressions, eyes and actions.

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Rain's concert in Hong Kong did not sell out as reported

Rain's concert in Hong Kong did not sell out as reported

Rain is receiving somewhat of negative highlightbecause of an inconsistency relating to his concert sales in Hong Kong.

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Rain's firm Rain Companypreviously reported on January 30 that the entire tickets to the Hong Kong forestall of his 7th internationalexcursion 'The Squall' were sold out. At the 28th, the label mentioned that Rain's enthusiasts in Hong Kong were appearing explosive pastime in his concert, and his concert were sold out.

However, the Hong Kong ticketing company HKticketingshows that the 1st and 5th phase of the seats don't appear to be sold out. It also lists that one user can reserve up to ten tickets.

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Lee Min-ho meets 4,000 Korean, Chinese, Jap  fanatics in first communicate concert

Lee Min-ho meets 4,000 Korean, Chinese, Jap fanatics in first communicate concert

Hallyu celebrity Lee Min-ho met four thousand Korea, Chinese and Easternfanatics at his first communicatedisplay ever.

"Mizno World" was once held for 150 mins at the Kyeonghee University at the 16th.

The concert become sold out a minute after tickets were released.

Lee Min-ho sang more than one his songs for his fans and looked back in his beyondthe use of key words with them.

He also spoke about a time he had to spend a year in the clinicbecause of an coincidence in 2006.

Lee Min-ho is conservingsome other "Mizno World" in Japan on the 25th.

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