Big Bang Freezes Up Guangzhou, China Airport
By Staff Writer | July 30, 2012 10:11 AM EDT
With Big Bang's next stop having been Guangzhou, China for their Alive World Tour, the members freezed up the airport with their massive popularity.
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In order for Big Bang to begin their China 'Alive Galaxy Tour 2012' at the Guangzhoa International Sports Arena on the 28th, the members arrived at the Guangzhou airport on the 26th. Big Bang made plans to arrive at the airport at 3pm, but due to delays in their flight, the members ended up arriving at 6pm.
It is said that hundreds of fans flocked to the airport to greet the members even in the rainy weather. Especially when news that the members had arrived was revealed, many fans flocked into the entrance of the airport, causing massive traffic and froze up the airport. In order to make sure no accidents happened, the police, wearing helmets had to get involved.
Local media stated, "Big Bang will most likely again create another powerful Hallyu craze."
Big Bang will also perform in Beijing at the Mastercard Center for their 'Alive Galaxy World Tour' on August 4th.
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