(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin)The 6thprevent on CNBLUE's "Come Together" tour, which started in Shanghai ultimate October, landed at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb. 13, and lovers were in for a true treat. For 2 hours, CNBLUE played many in their hit singles for a screaming crowd of 5,000 fans.
Singapore has temporarilyturn intoone of the mostmost smartly liked destinations for K-pop tours with dozens of concerts at the sunny island during the last few years. For the display this beyond Saturday, however, CNBLUE introducedanythingslightlyother from the standard Korean fare.
(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin)1. RAW
There used to be no thematic backdrop, no portable degreehouse to lift above the crowd, no backup singers or dancers, no guest artist, no fancy costumes, no synchronized dance steps and no doubt no lip syncing. Track and vocals were expertly equippedby way of the quartet - bassist Lee Jung Shin, drummer Kang Min Hyuk, guitarist Lee Jong Hyun and lead singer Jung Yong Hwa.
(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin)2. SKILL
The crowd indeed wasn't fooled by the band's flower boy looks, either. Each and every member played a minimum of two varioustoolsright through the performance, appearing that CNBLUE are more flexible pop stars than maximum of their Korean contemporaries. With the exception of their early singles "I'm a Loner" and "Love," the opposite 19 songs carried outat some stage in the set were to varying degrees written and composed by Yong Hwa and Jong Hyun.
The are livingprovemay bea unprecedentedlikelihood for fans to pay attention new rearrangements and improvisations from CNBLUE in comparison to their album offerings. With endless concerts beneath their belts over their six years as a group, the 4 bandmates are seasoned pros readyto conform to any unforeseen glitch. Regardless of experiencing problems alongside the guitar and sound gadgetsection mannervia one of the songs, the gang were able rapidlyjump back and galvanize the crowd.
(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin)3. COURAGE
Even althoughall of thecontributors hail from Korea, CNBLUE showed their willingness to glue to the target audience without the assistance of an interpreter. Judging by how optimistically they communicated with the audience in English, Mandarin and also the local dialect Singlish, offering a memorable enjoy for fans is a job taken seriously by the quartet. Even with some mispronunciation, the crowd excitedly cheered their formidable effort.
Min Hyuk: certain bo(really sure?), kamsia(thank you)
Jong Hyun: pay attention to me hor(just give attention to me)
Jung Shin: xin nian kuai le, hong bao na lai(Happy new year, where's my red packet), prepared anot(are you ready?)
Yong Hwa: wa ka li gong(let me tell you), huat ah(to prosper), so tricky leh(it's so difficult)
(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin) 4. CHARM
Known for their serious, hardworking attitudes, it's farsurprisingto notice that those mature and seasoned performers are most effective in their mid-twenties. Lovely close-ups shown on the stage screens, flowing confetti cannons, and enthusiastic banter about local chilli and pepper crabs were a selection of the memorable crowd-pleasing concert highlights.
Yong Hwa, the eldest among them at 26, become by a ways the most lively on stage, drawing the crowd in with an unendingshow off of his wide vocal diversity equally he ran around the 3prolonged stages switching between the several guitars, an electronic keyboard and a synthesizer.
(Photo : ONE Production/Marcus Lin)5. FANS
In line with Valentine's Day, fans filled the venue with a sea of lighted red and white LED balloons throughout the encore segment, earning a nod of appreciation from the band.
Yong Hwa even declared "I'm truly happy so that you can spend this romantic evening with you. When I believe tired whilstgetting ready this concert, I at all times get my power from all of you," gaining loud cheers from the fans.
"I promise I'm going tocome again here each year, forever, until the end," he statedsooner thanthe overall encore song. "This is the most efficientprovide that you gave me. I will be able to only come up with my handshake. Sing a song with me, 'Hold My Hand.'"
While most K-pop boy bands generally tendto draw young feminine fans, the audience for CNBLUE's "Come In combination in Singapore" was incredibly numerous with youth and adults, men and womenobservedplaying themselves dancing and making a song along, confirming that there isn't any barrier by way ofjust right music!
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