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Veteran singer Lee Eun Mi will be holding very soon her 2013 US tour called “The Diva Returns.” “The Barefoot Diva” as her fans like to call her will be stopping in three American cities and kick off her tour in Los Angeles at Club Nokia on Sunday, March 31. She will next performing Chicago on Tuesday, April 2, and will finally conclude her tour in New Jersey on Sunday, April 7.
Lee Eun Mi made her debut in 1992 as a solo artist and sang hit songs such as “I Have a Lover” or “In the Middle of a Breaking Up
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Last year, K-Pop fans from Chicago held a flashmob to bring the 'SMTOWN Live World Tour' to Chicago.
On July 21, these fans held their second flash mob for SMTOWN as well. This flash mob received coverage from Chicago's local Korean network, KBC.
It can be seen through the video all the hard work and efforts that went into making this flash mob. They also made posters of their favorite members as well.
There have been other K-Pop fans from Chicago performing flash mobs as well.
The Hallyu wave can be seen pouring into Chicago as the K-Pop fan base in the U.S. is growing.
Hopefully someday SMTOWN will fulfill these K-Pop fans wishes and come to Chicago!
[Exclusive] SMTOWN Mesmerized 12,000 US Fans: BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls’ Generation (SNSD), SHINee, f(x)
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SMTOWN returned back to LA after their last successful show in 2010, the concert was held last night with 12,000 fans at Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
'SMTOWN Live World Tour 2012' kicked off in LA, Honda Center was jam packed with ardent K-Pop fansfrom all over the states ranging from San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle even from the Midwest Chicago, Denver, Texas, even from the East Coast as far as New York.
Honda Center opened the venue door from 6PM PDT the seats were filled up 5 minutes before the concert, which began at 7PM PDT. Fans full of energy were seen cheering even 30 minutes before the concert began as there was a SM artist’s video playing in the large screen before beginning of the show
SS501 member Kim Hyun-joong is the latest K-pop celebrity to be in the spotlight in the Windy City. The singer and actor plans to hold a world tour later this year. He will visit his fans (endearingly called Henecians) in their individual countries across the world as a follow up to his Asia tours.
During the course of his career, Kim Hyun-joong has visited Japan, Singapore, the Philippines, and many other Asian countries multiple times. The 25-year-old is a veteran in the music industry and he has even filmed one of his music videos in California.
Chicago, on the other hand, has not been graced by his presence. Since the Wonder Girls World Tour in 2010, the city has not seen another idol star touch its soil. 2012 is the year Chicago plans to change all that. The twitter account @KimHyunJoongFan recently started an online petition to make their concert request to Kim Hyun-joong's management company, KeyEast
“The Seoul Time” reported about the Chicago’s K-Pop fans planning a flash mob to bring “SMTOWN Live World Tour” to the Windy City.
As SMTOWN Live World Tour landed in Los Angeles and New York, fans from Chicago are asking for a concert tour to take place in Chicago.
The fans have already held a flash mob on November 12, 2011 dancing to hit songs from SHINee, Girls’ Generation, Super Junior and many others in Lake Shore Park.
The second flash mob is reportedly set for summer this June or July.
SM Entertainment is set to hold global audition in Chicago on February 20, 2012.
Watch the video of the last flash mob held in Chicago.
Chicago’s K-Pop fans are planning a flash mob event to bring “SMTOWN Live World Tour” in the Windy City, according to a report from “The Seoul Times.” In view of the success of past United States “SMTOWN Live World Tour” concerts in Los Angeles and New York, as well as Girls’ Generation’s recent promotional activities, K-Pop fans in Chicago are hoping the most popular “SMTOWN” acts also make a stop in their city.
The flash mob is reportedly set in the summer. If plans push through, this event will be Chicago’s second flash mob event, following the one held in Lake Shore Park on November 12 which featured fans dancing to hits from “SMTOWN” artists Girls’ Generation, Super Junior, SHINee, TVXQ, BoA and f(x).
Meanwhile, SM Entertainment is scheduled to hold one of its global auditions in Chicago on February 20