MBLAQ Holds First Asia Tour Encore Concert!
By Staff Writer | September 12, 2012 11:17 AM EDT
Popular idol group MBLAQ held an encore concert at the Pacifico Yokohama on September 8-9 for their 'THE BLAQ%' first Asia tour.
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This tour started in June in Indonesia and ended in Japan and sold out for every concert. Due to the request of their fans, they held an encore concert which also sold out right away.
They started off the concert with their hit song, "Mona Lisa" and "Y." MBLAQ commented, "We remember when we stood on this stage to open for singer Rain's performance. We are happy that we are standing on this stage as MBLAQ today."
Individual members showed off their talents as G.O and Mir performing "Wild," Thunder with "Don't Go" and Mir's "Do You Want to Go Crazy." Leader Seungho surprised fans by playing the piano and displayed a magic trick of completely changing his outfit while on stage.
This 2 hour long concert was filled with good music and solo songs as well as events for the fans.
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