Stray Kids 2nd World Tour ‘MANIAC’ To Be Held at Singapore Indoor Stadium in February 2023

Stray Kids is set to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on February 5th, 2023. The MANIAC world tour was kicked off from late April for three days in Seoul, and it has since traveled to cities all over the world including Japan, the United States, and Asia Pacific.

Following their latest eight-track EP MAXIDENT that was released on October 7th, the K-pop boy group has dominated numerous domestic and international music charts including debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. They have also achieved significant results such as surpassing over 2.24 million in physical album pre-orders and becoming the only artist topping the Billboard 200 with two different albums this year, once again proving their status as global K-pop stars.

Come February 2023, fans will be able to catch Stray Kids live in action at the Singapore leg of the tour. VIP ticket holders will receive exclusive access to the Soundcheck party and merchandise counter, as well as a commemorative pass with lanyard.

Tickets start from $168 and they will be available for sale via a one-day Live Nation pre-sale on October 27th (2pm to 11:59pm). Public sale will commence the following day on October 28th, 10am (GMT+8) onwards via Ticketmaster website, hotline, and all SingPost outlets.

Details of Stray Kids 2nd World Tour “MANIAC” in Singapore:
Date: February 5th, 2023 (Sunday)
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Time: 6PM
Ticket Pricing: (before booking fees)
S$348* / $288 / $248 / $208 / $168

This show is promoted by Live Nation Singapore.


All The South Korean Celebrities Who Graced The Covers of Our Local Magazines in 2021

Following our previous roundup of South Korean celebrities who have graced the covers of our local magazines last year, we’ve done yet another roundup of stars who have been featured on the covers of our local publications this year. Think: Kim Seonho for ELLE Singapore, TWICE’s Tzuyu for L’Officiel Singapore, Stray Kids’ Bang Chan for Men’s Folio and the list goes on. Scroll down to see if any of your favourite celebrities have been featured!

FYI: You can read these local publications on sites like Magzter and PressReader, or you can grab a physical copy from major bookstores like Kinokuniya. While past issues may no longer be available at bookstores and newsstands, you can always contact the publication directly to ask if they have extra copies in their inventory.

Kim Woo Bin for T Singapore: The New York Times Style Magazine (February 2021)

Available on Magzter

Shin Min-a for ELLE Singapore (February 2021)

Available on Magzter

Choi Sooyoung for NUYOU Singapore (March 2021)

Available on Magzter and PressReader

Stray Kids’ Bang Chan for Men’s Folio Singapore (March 2021)

Available on Magzter

Sunmi for L’Officiel Singapore (April 2021)

Available on Magzter

Kim Seonho for ELLE Singapore (May 2021)

Available on Magzter

Lee Dahee for L’Officiel Singapore (May 2021)

Available on Magzter

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo for ELLE Singapore (June 2021)

Available on Magzter

CNBlue’s Lee Jungshin for Men’s Folio Singapore (June/July 2021)

Available on Magzter

Song Hye-kyo for ELLE Singapore (July 2021)

Available on Magzter

Lee Sung-kyung for PIN Prestige (September 2021)

Available on Magzter and PressReader

2PM Jun.K and Chansung for Men’s Folio (October 2021)

Available on Magzter

aespa for Vogue Singapore (October 2021)

Available on Magzter and PressReader

ASTRO’s Eunwoo for Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore (October 2021)

Available on Magzter and PressReader

TWICE’s Tzuyu for L’Officiel Singapore (October 2021)

Available on Magzter

Bae Yoonyoung for L’Officiel Singapore (November 2021)

Available on Magzter

Chungha for ELLE Singapore (November 2021)

Available on Magzter

Park Hyungsik for PIN Prestige (November 2021)

Available on Magzter and PressReader


2020 Edition: Top 10 Fastest-Rising K-pop Artists in Singapore

Over the past 10 years, Twitter and K-Pop have grown side by side to become a true dream team and #KPopTwitter is one of the largest global conversations on Twitter today. Despite the global COVID outbreak, there were 6.1 billion K-Pop related Tweets in the past 12 months worldwide.

Now with over 300 K-Pop Topics (by artist names) that can be followed on Twitter, fans around the world can immediately see the best Tweets and easily join the global conversation about their favorite artists.

To celebrate 10 years of #KPopTwitter success, Twitter has partnered with K-Pop Radar to release K-Pop data to show how the passionate global K-Pop community shares their love and connects with their favorite artists around the world.

Did your favourites make the list? Check out the Top 10 fastest-rising K-pop artists in Singapore!

1. IZ*ONE (아이즈원)

Twitter: @official_izone (1M followers)

(Photo: IZ*ONE Official Facebook)

2. TXT

Twitter: @TXT_members (5.7M followers) / @TXT_bighit (4.7M followers)

(Photo: TXT Official Facebook)

3. Stray Kids (스트레이 키즈)

Twitter: @Stray_Kids (3.3M followers)

(Photo: Stray Kids Official Facebook)

4. ATEEZ (에이티즈)

Twitter: @ATEEZofficial (1.5M followers)

(Photo: ATEEZ Official Facebook)

5. Dreamcatcher (드림캐쳐)

Twitter: @hf_dreamcatcher (283.6K followers)

(Photo: Dreamcatcher Official Facebook)

6. SuperM

Twitter: @SuperM (1.9M followers)

(Photo: SuperM Official Facebook)

7. ITZY (있지)

Twitter: @ITZYofficial (2M followers)

(Photo: ITZY Official Facebook)

8. LOONA (이달의 소녀)

Twitter: @loonatheworld (539.3K followers)

(Photo: LOONA Official Facebook)

9. THE BOYZ (더보이즈)

Twitter: @WE_THE_BOYZ (751.6 followers) / @Creker_THEBOYZ (630.6K followers)

(Photo: THE BOYZ Official Facebook)

10. WayV

Twitter: @WayV_official (1.2M followers)

(Photo: WayV Official Facebook)

All statistics are updated as of 27 Sep 2020.

(Source: Twitter, Inc.)

Show Review

Highlights from KAMP Singapore (Ft. Super Junior, NCT 127, Chungha, Stray Kids and More)

The inaugural KAMP festival made its first stop in Singapore for 2 days on 9 & 10 November, with both days boasting a stellar line-up — (Day 1) AleXa, Chungha, Ha Sungwoon, GFRIEND and NCT 127; (Day 2) Momoland, Sonnet Son, WJSN, Stray Kids and Super Junior.

Fans got to interact with their favourite idols as they walked down the red carpet in the afternoon, before a whole night of performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium – it was truly an unforgettable weekend. Here’s what you may have missed on Day 1:

The exciting night kicked off with the first act, GFRIEND – who treated the audience with an 8-song set. The girls performed fan-favourite “Fingertip”, before raising the energy of the crowd with “Navillera”, “Life Is A Party” and “Vacation”. They truly knew how to set the mood for the night.

Yerin and Eunha even showed their aegyo (cuteness) for the lucky audience that night!

GFRIEND changed up the atmosphere and performed a ballad version of their hit “Rough”, showcasing their powerful vocals. The audience was in awe whenever main vocalist, Yuju, hit her powerful high notes. The girl group ended off their set with “A Starry Sky”, “Fever” and “Time For The Moon Night”.

Former Produce 48 contestant, AleXa, made her strong debut on the Singapore stage with her debut single, “BOMB”, filling up the huge stage with her powerful dance moves and strong stage presence. At the red carpet, she encouraged everyone to add this upbeat song onto their workout playlists.

AleXa then busted out powerful dance covers of boy group numbers “DRAMARAMA” and “Warrior”, exuding confidence throughout the stadium. Despite having only just made her debut last month, AleXa proved that she is a force to be reckoned with.

Next up was Ha Sungwoon – who made his return to Singapore, but this time as a soloist. He performed his debut track “Bird”, followed by “Tell Me I Love You”, immediately captivating the crowd with his soothing vocals.

He continued his set with “Don’t Forget”, “Bluemaze”, refreshing tune “Blue”, and lastly “What are you doing today?!”. Despite being a solo act, Ha Sungwoon filled up the entire stage that night with his natural charms and good looks.

Dance queen Chungha took over the stage with her recent hit “Snapping”, showing off her amazing dance skills and power vocals. She exclaimed, “I always get the best energy in Singapore!”

Chungha got the entire audience singing along to “Gotta Go”, “Rollercoaster”, and her debut song “Why Don’t You Know” – songs proved to be loved by everyone, both fans and non-fans alike. The crowd went wild as Chungha ended off her set with “Bang Bang”, a performance in which she played a huge part creating the iconic choreography during her stint on Produce 101 back in 2016.

The last act for the night was NCT 127, kicking off their set with their hits “Fire Truck” and “Cherry Bomb”. Their perfectly synchronized dance moves and high energy proved why they receive so much love and attention not only in Singapore, but all around the world.

Just as we thought the cheers from the audience could not get any louder, NCTzens proved us wrong as their loud chants filled up the entire stadium when NCT 127 performed “Touch”, “Replay” and “Regular”. The sea of bright green light sticks, accompanied by the loud fan chants, was truly a sight that night.

“Even though we are not here (in Singapore), we will always be thankful, and we will always come back,” Mark said, before NCT 127 ended off the night with “Superhuman”.

Check out more photos from the red carpet event on both days:



Ha Sung Woon


NCT 127

Sonnet Son



Stray Kids

Super Junior

(Concert & Selective Red Carpet Photos: KAMP Singapore 2019)


KAMP Announces New Addition to Line-up, Stray Kids To Perform in Singapore for the First Time

(Pic Credit: JYP Entertainment)

K-pop fans, here’s another reason to look forward to the upcoming K-pop music festival, KAMP Singapore 2019, which will be taking place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for 2 days on November 9 & 10! The festival has today confirmed Stray Kids as the latest addition to its power-packed artiste line-up, as the 9-member boy group joins the Sunday (Nov 10) performing acts to take the stage with their catchy hits.

This scheduled appearance will mark Stray Kids’ first visit to Singapore as a group, so anticipations are running high to see what they have in store for their Singapore fans.

Check out the updated line-up at KAMP Singapore 2019:

9 November 2019 (Saturday): GFRIEND, NCT 127, Ha Sung Woon, Chung Ha
10 November 2019 (Sunday): Super Junior, WJSN, MOMOLAND, Sonnet Son, Stray Kids

Details of KAMP Singapore 2019:
 9 & 10 November 2019 (Saturday & Sunday)
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Time: 7PM to 10PM
Ticket Pricing for Each Day: (before booking fees)
CAT 1: S$295 (Standing/Seated) | CAT 2: $250 (Seated) | CAT 3: $180 (Seated) | CAT 4: $140 (Seated) | CAT 5: $100 (Seated)
Ticketing Channel: SportsHubTix

Aside from the evening concert, a red carpet event ‘KAMP Grounds’ will be held at the OCBC Square on each festival day, where fans are in for an up-close engagement session with the artistes gracing the walk of fame. Unlike the usual style of a red carpet event, KAMP Grounds will feature a walkway in between four pens/zones, which give fans a closer access to directly engage with the artistes (think Hi-touch, autograph or even wefie opportunities).

To get access into one of these zones, simply be a Category 1 ticket holder and you’ll automatically be enrolled into a raffle to win special zone passes. The catch is, only those who purchase Cat 1 tickets before 20 Oct* will be entered into the raffle. (*Note: Find out more information of the respective zones here)

Concurrently, there are 3 contest events for ticket holders to participate and show their support to the performing acts:

1) Fan Art Event — Time to get your creative juices together by drawing or designing an artwork portraying your favourite #KAMPer artiste! This contest is open to all ticket holders regardless of your ticket category. Winning entries will have their artwork exhibited at the backstage and get it aired on KAMP Live Broadcast!

2) Fan Video Contest — Make a short video (up to 1 min) to express your love for your favourite act and submit a story that explains the video. This contest is open to all ticket holders regardless of your ticket category. Winning entries will be announced on site at KAMP Grounds and be broadcasted live, where artistes will be watching at the main stage.

3) KAMP Reporter Event — A chance to be a fan-reporter and ask questions directly to your favourite artistes! Only Cat 1 ticket holders will be able to participate in this event and stand to receive the exclusive access to the Fan Press Zone.

To find out more details of each contest event and their respective mechanics, visit here. In case you missed it, here are the things to note about the upcoming festival:

Things To Know About KAMP, An Upcoming K-Pop Music Festival in Singapore


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KAMP Singapore 2019 is brought to you by AMP Live and VEZT Korea.


Package for Incheon K-pop Concert 2018 + 2D1N Ganghwa Tour

Traveling to South Korea soon? Together with HanaTour (Singapore), we will be offering a special package for our readers that will include a concert experience to the upcoming Incheon K-pop Concert 2018, as well as a guided tour to explore Ganghwa while you are there, which is known for its famous local products in Korea.

The Incheon K-pop Concert 2018 is held annually to promote Incheon as the city of K-pop. This year, it will be held on 1st September 2018 at the Main Stadium in Incheon Munhak Sports Complex, featuring headliners such as B.A.P, NU’EST W, NCT 127, Stray Kids, Red Velvet and many others.

(Source of latest line-up: Incheon K-pop Concert 2018)

The package will include the following:-

  • 1 night hotel accommodation @ Ganghwa Everich Hotel or similar, with daily breakfast
  • Tour & Meal as per itinerary
  • 1 ticket per person to Incheon K-pop Concert 2018 on 1st September
  • Concert ticket will be based on standing at ground floor
(Source: HanaTour Singapore)
(Source: HanaTour Singapore)

For those who wish to explore the best of Ganghwa like a local, the tour will include destinations such as Ganghwa Hanok & Fabric Experience Center, Dongmak Beach, Ganghwa Nature Experience Center and more, where one can try their hands on Korean traditional weaving, animal feeding and archery, etc.

Booking Terms & Conditions

  • All prices are Nett, in Singapore Dollars (SGD)
  • Packages will be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis, based on availability
  • Itinerary may be subject to change if there are any unexpected circumstances
  • This special package is only available for tour start date: 1 September 2018
  • Benefits that are not utilised cannot be refunded or exchanged for cash
  • Bookings can be made via when you quote “HALLYUSG x INCHEON K-POP CONCERT 2018” as your email subject title. All bookings must be received latest by 24 August 2018 with the following particulars:
    1. Email Subject: HALLYUSG x INCHEON K-POP CONCERT 2018
    2. Full Name as per passport:
    3. Date of Birth:
    4. Passport Number:
    5. Nationality:
    6. Email Address:
    7. Contact Number:
    8. Promo Code in Email: HALLYUSG

For inquiries, please email: