Seventeen Kick Off Their World Tour With A Successful Concert In Seoul

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Seventeen kick off their world tour with a successful concert in Seoul
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Seventeen kick off their world tour with a successful concert in Seoul

Seventeen has kicked off their first world tour with their concert at the Jamsil Auxiliary Stadium in Seoul.

The boys saw 30,000 fans over the course of 3 days from July 14 to July 16. On each night, they performed for about 3 hours, starting with "Pretty U". The first half of the concert was the 'water' concept, and then the boys moved on to the 'fire' concept.

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The boys will now continue onward onto their world tour stops, starting with Japan at the Saitama Super Arena on the 26th and 27th.

MONSTA X kick off first world tour with Seoul concert, 'Produce 101's Jung Se Woon + Lee Gwang Hyun spotted at concert
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MONSTA X kick off first world tour with Seoul concert, 'Produce 101's Jung Se Woon + Lee Gwang Hyun spotted at concert

MONSTA Xkicked off their world tour with their first shows in Seoul.

They held their 'Beautiful in Seoul' on the 17th and 18th at the Olympic Hall, kicking off with "Beautiful", "Incomparable", and "Hero". They also performed "Need U", "All I Do", "Ex-Girl", "White Girl", "Stuck", "All In", "Fighter", "Trespass", "No Exit", "Rush", "OI", "Be Quiet", and more.

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The boys also had unit stages where Wonhoand Hyungwonperformed "From 0", Shownu, I.M, and Minhyukcovered "24k Magic", and Jooheonand Kihyuncovered "Mirror". They also performed "Shine Forever" for the first time.

Seventeen kick off their first world tour 'Diamond Edge' in Seoul!
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Seventeen kick off their first world tour 'Diamond Edge' in Seoul!

Seventeenwill kick off their first world tour, 'DIAMOND EDGE', in Seoul on July 14 (today)!

During the concert, Seventeen will be performing all their hit songs for fans, also known as Carat. This will be their first ever world tour since their debut, and to commemorate this special event, they will be showcasing their talents through two contrastingconcepts of 'Fire' and 'Water'. These two concepts will entail special performances that fit perfectly with the hot summer weather. Additionally, the first day (July 14) will have a 'Performance Unit Day', the second day (July 15) will have a 'Hip-hop Unit Day', and the last day (July 16) will have a 'Vocal Unit Day' to show the versatility of the group, but also their growth as artists.

G-Dragon Kicks off World Tour with Concert in Seoul
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G-Dragon Kicks off World Tour with Concert in Seoul

G-Dragon of boy band Big Bang launched his solo world tour with a performance for 40,000 adoring fans at World Cup Stadium in Seoul on Saturday. The show followed the release of his first solo album in four years.

The concert, which took in W4.4 billion in ticket sales, will likely be one of the singer's last in Seoul before he is drafted (US$1=W1,125).

Unable to tear themselves away after the 21-song, two-hour show, the fans launched into an a cappella version of G-Dragon's 2009 hit "1 Year Station" in the dark. After five minutes, the singer returned to the stage and performed a three-song encore including his new track "Untitled, 2014". Although the song was released just three days earlier, the fans knew it by heart and sang it with him.

GOT7 kick off their Japanese showcase tour with a sold out Osaka concert
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GOT7 kick off their Japanese showcase tour with a sold out Osaka concert

GOT7 started their Japanese showcase tour.

This is the boys' 3rd showcase tour, and is titled 'GOT7 Japan Showcase Tour 2017 'Meet Me'. The boys started off in Osaka, where they sang their 4th Japanese single "My Swagger", as well as "Meet Me", a song that leader JB wrote lyrics to and composed himself. 

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The Osaka was completely sold out, as are their future shows in Nagoya on the 11th and 12th, in Tokyo on the 13th and 14th, in Sapporo on the 19th, in Sendai on the 21st, and in Fukuoka on the 27th.