Super Junior-miss A-B1A4 Take Over Guangzhou with 8,000 Fans!
By Staff Writer | August 29, 2012 06:34 PM EDT
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Korean and Chinese popular idols gathered at one place to participate in a concert heating up Guangzhou.
The annual event took place to further promote and help the continuous spread of K-Pop, indicating the current position of K-Pop.
Being B1A4's first China concert, they greeted fans with their cute appeal.
Girl group miss A showed off their powerful stage presence and was able to communicate with their fans fluently in Chinese. Chinese member Fei also took pictures with fan's cell phones, creating a lasting memory with them.
Super Junior received the loudest applause from the crowds as they performed "Sexy, Free & Single" from their 6th album. Followed by a parade of their hit songs the group expressed their love for fans.
An MO.A official commented, "Unlike other concerts, we've created this concert so that the artists get a longer amount of time, 40 minutes, to perform and interact with their fans. We will continue to make these types of concerts for the fans."
It's been announced one more MO.A show will be held within this year.
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