Big Bang's First Official Visit to China Brings 2000 Fan to the Airport
By Staff Writer | July 21, 2012 07:34 AM EDT
On the morning of 20th, 2,000 fans filled into the Fudong airport to welcome Big Bang on their first official visit to China.
The fans were holding all kinds of posters and shouting when Big Bang appeared. They also followed the Big Bang members and staff in cabs all the way to the location of their rehearsal. The fans were one of the most passionate in coming the members of Big Bang.
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At the interview with various Chinese news sources before the rehearsal, Big Bang stated they "wish the tour ends successfully and they would like to have a chance to meet the Chinese fans again next year." Big Bang added, "We would like to work collaborate with Chinese artists whenever we get the opportunity."
Big Bang visited China for the first time for "Alive Galaxy ,Tour 2012." Throughout their tour in 25 cities in a total of 16 countries, Big Bang expressed their goal of connecting musically with people from all over the world.
Big Bang, who successfully gathered over 150,000 fans this past May and June in Japan, is expected to stand in front of 30,000 fans at the upcoming concert in Shanghai Mercedes Benz
Arena ( July 21st), GwangZhou International Sports Arena (July 28th), and Beijing Mastercard Center (August 4th).
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