September 16, 2012 03:12 PM EDT
Four-member girl group SISTAR successfully finished their first exclusive concert, "Femme Fatale."
This is SISTAR's first concert ever since their debut 2 years ago and it was held at the Olympic Hall in the Seoul Olympic Park with 2,500 fans.
The concert opened with "So Cool" and continued with "Push Push," "Alone," "Over," and "Girls On Top."
After the opening performance, Hyorin said, "This is our first concert since our debut 2 years ago. This is so touching for us and we just want to say thank you."
Soyou said, "We will make sure that the 2 hours you spend here will not be in vain." Bora and Dasom said, "We'll show you everything about us from cute to sexy."
They followed up their own songs with some Christina Aguilera, singing her "Makes Me Wanna Pray," and "Candyman" as well as Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music." This really showed off their vocal abilities, which has been known to be one of the best amongst the idol groups.
Dasom showed off a rendition of Madonna's "Like a Virgin," and Bora followed up with her own version of Katy Perry's dance performance for "E.T" and danced with a male back dancer on a table and showed off a very sexy and powerful performance. Soyou covered The Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go" and attempted a punk rock song.
Hyorin, who is also nicknamed the Korean Beyoncé, paid homage to Beyoncé by singing her "Sweet Dreams," and really taking advantage of her vocal abilities and exploding in song.
The part of the concert that was the most popular was when they covered the songs by male groups. SISTAR covered 2PM's "Hands Up," Big Bang's "Fantastic Baby," and Psy's "Gangnam Style" to top it all off and gave the audience a peek at their powerful side.
SISTAR's last song was "Alone" and shared, "We hope that the first concert left a good impression on you and we were able to go away with such great memories so we're so happy."
Their encore performance was "Loving U" and "New World," and this ended their first concert, "Femme Fatale."