MBLAQ Has Waited Enough for the 10 Million Tons of Congratulating Rice
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2012 10:55 AM EDT
Last 21st and 22nd, MBLAQ has successfully ended the Seoul Concert of 'The BLAQ % TOUR' that was held at Olympic Park Olympic Hall.
The concert was planned from last June for the Korean fans followed by Indonesia and Thailand, but 9 thousand fans from all over the Asian countries including Japan, China, and Malaysia showed up at the concert.
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MBLAQ stated that the congratulating rice flowers that covered the whole wall of the Olympic Hall has exceeded 10 million tons and alot of artists such as IU, SISTAR, Dara, Go Euna, and Chinese idol Wei Chen participated in the concert.
Some of the audience of the concert were over thirties. One male fan in his thirties, who came with his girl friend said that he was surprised by thier talent and the concert exceeded his expectation of idol singers. One of the couples in their late twenties also said that they both like MBLAQ because of the quality of the music and the tough performance.
MBLAQ will be continuing on the tour in Osaka on July 26th-27th, Tokyo in 30th-31st and Taiwan in August 18th.
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