On February 21, Korean IT company Stargram held a free K-pop concert in celebration of its launch in Singapore, inviting the appearances of K-pop stars B1A4, JBJ, EXID, Korean singer Kwak Dong Hyun, violinist Eugene Park as well as LED performance team, Optical Crew.
Stargram, which specialises in the next generation of technology — Blockchain and O2O, has set their foot in Singapore and is planning to expand to the Southeast Asia region with the introduction of Stargram Coin, a form of celebrity-popularity-based digital currency that can be used to purchase star-related products such as concert tickets, albums, collectibles and more.
As the concert kicked off with JBJ as the first artist line-up, fans were able to enjoy exhilarating performances from the boyband, including their latest title track ‘My Flower‘.
The boys were recently in Singapore for their first Fan Meeting last December, and mentioned that they were grateful to be able to meet Singapore Joyfuls again within such a short time frame.
(WATCH: Check out our exclusive interview with JBJ during their first visit to Singapore!)
Continuing the show on a new high, EXID treated fans to a string of their hits such as ‘Ah Yeah‘, ‘Night Rather Than Day‘, ‘Up & Down‘ and more. The girl group was also in Singapore for their first Asia Tour last July, revealing that they had practised hard for the performances that evening.
The finale of the night went to B1A4, whom stole the show with their all-time hit tracks ‘What’s Happening?‘, ‘Baby Good Night‘, ‘A Glass of Water‘, as well as their latest song ‘Rollin’‘. Back in Singapore to perform after four years, it was an evening of nostalgia for fans of the boyband as B1A4 took to the stage. Definitely a night to remember, we’d say.
For those who missed the show, here are more photos of the Stargram 2018 K-pop Launching Show in Singapore: (Also check out our Instagram for the highlights!)
Kwak Dong Hyun
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