Shinhwa's Solo Singapore Concert in Six Years, Proves Unchanging Popularity
By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 10:58 PM EDT
Shinhwa the longest running idol group has drove the crowd wild at Singapore proving that they are the true king of Asia.
The legendary group successfully concluded the long-anticipated ‘2012 Shinhwa Grand Tour in Singapore- The Return’ on June 16 at the Resorts World Convention Centre along with 5,000 enthusiastic fans.
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As the group made a return to Singapore in six years the concert was filled with different local mainstream media to cover the concert proving Shinhaw’s popularity with local fans.
The concert was an opportunity to once again realize Shinhwa’s position as one of the leading representative of the original hallyu group that allowed K-Pop to be where it is now.
Shinhwa Company staff shared, “We are continuously receiving inquires and requests from fans of many different countries. The members who concluded the concert also couldn’t hide their joy and excitement for all the support and enthusiasm received from fans. Shinhwa will continue to strive for better performance throughout their Asia tour with all the attention and love received from fans,” expressing the gratitude of Shinhwa’s members.
Shinhwa will continue their Asia tour to perform at Guangzhou Gymnasium on June 30.
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