2NE1 Releases Official Trailer for Global Tour 2012!
By Staff Writer | August 06, 2012 03:31 PM EDT
2NE1 released an official trailer for their upcoming Global Tour 2012 'New Evolution'.
Today, 2NE1 released a 38-second trailer video of their upcoming global tour 'New Evolution' through various video websites such as YouTube.
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In the video, short clips of 2NE1 at concerts is shown, along with the fans that filled up the stadium cheering for their star 2NE1. Though the video is short, it seemed to include all the excitement that the fans must have as the days of the tour is drawing nearer. The trailer starts off by showing just the bodies of 2NE1 members in a black tight outfit, and the letters '2NE1' are shown one by one. As it is 2NE1's very first global tour, the fans seem to be more excited than ever.
Internet users who saw this commented, "I love you 2NE1", "Please come to our country too", "I can't wait", etc.
2NE1 will be going to 7 different countries and 10 different cities, including Asia, the Americas, and Europe. The tour will continue throughout August until end of September.
Photo Credits: 2NE1 YouTube
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