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7,000 Fans Wait for Big Bang at Beijing Airport

By Staff Writer | August 04, 2012 03:09 PM EDT

7,000 fans waited at the Beijing airport for Big Bang's visit.

On the afternoon of past 3rd, a photo was uploaded on the online board with a comment saying "7,000 fans who came to the Beijing airport to see Big Bang today."

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In the uploaded photo, fans who packed the airport is holding the welcoming card and waiting for Big Bang. The fans decorated the card with Korean characters, and neon lights. This showed Big Bang's global popularity.

Big Bang met their Chinese fans in six years and had concert at Shanghai on past July 21st. On past 28th, Big Bang had a concert at Gwanzhou International Sports Arena and will perform on the 4th at Beijing Mastercard Center, collecting 30,000 audience.

On the other hand, Big Bang will proceed 'Alive Galaxy Tour 2012' at 16 countries and 25 cities, starting with Seoul performance last March.

Tagged :  Big Bang, China, Beijing, Alive Galaxy Tour

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