FNC Entertainment Begins First Family Concert In Japan
By Staff Writer | March 17, 2014 09:46 AM EDT
FNC Entertainment started their first family concert in Japan.
Photos of their rehearsal was released on March 15 on their official Facebook page and gained much attention.
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Their newest rookie group, N.FLYING, will make their debut performance at this family concert as well.
The photos that were revealed showcased FNC artists including FTISLAND, Juniel, AOA, CNBLUE, N.FLYING, Lee Dong Gun and more.
'2014 FNC Kingdom in Japan-Fantastic&Crazy' was held on March 15-16 in Tokyo.
Each day was a different theme with one day being 'Fantastic Day' and the other being 'Crazy Day'.
Each day had different show lists as they performed a variety of different stages for their fans.
FT Island will show off the true live band in the K-Pop market, with the vocalist Lee Hong Gi's powerful stage presence along with the rhythm and sound of the power drummer, Choi Min Hwan, alongside bassist Lee Jae Jin, topped off with the guitarists Choi Jong Hoon and Song Seung Hyun.
CN Blue, following the footsteps of FT Island, is also expected to show their newest title song of their new album, "Can't Stop," for the first time in Japan in a live format.
The main bands of FNC Entertainment, FT Island and CN Blue, will perform on the opening and the closing stage, respectively, and also plan to do some interesting collaboration performances through this stage.
This FNC family concert, "FNC Kingdom", will continue on from Japan to other countries of the world, including Korea.
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