he ticket details for the fanmeet was released by concert organiser for the first-ever “Kim Hyun Joong Asia Fan Meeting 2012” which will be held 4 May 2012 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
It was revealed that this will be the first-ever fan meeting with a plump programme more akin to a mini concert. There will be a limited number of 3000 tickets for sale with less than 500 premiere seats and no more than 900 arena seats. Fans can look forward to spectacular laser shows, sprawling LED screen, over 10 hit songs from his solo albums and cozy takl show segments. Moreover, lucky fans will be able go on stage and interact with Kim Hyun Joong!
Ticket sales begin 18 April at 10am with a two-day priority booking period for UOB One and UOB Debit Card Cardmembers. Public Sales begin 20 April at 10am, you can purchase using both online and offline methods – via SISTIC online, phone and counter bookings. Tickets are priced at $138 (balcony), $168 (terrace) and $198 (arena & premiere seats).
Mblaq’s Lee Joon revealed that his image as the entertaining idol makes him feel uncomfortable.
According to KBS on April 14, Lee Joon will appear on KBS 2TV’s Talk Show Do Dream, which airs this afternoon, and confess that he is worried of his personality being different from the character that the agency wants him to be.
Lee Joon confesses, “Is being honest a sin?” When he was asked why he chose this problem to talk about, he replied, “I think honesty does not pay most of the time.”
He added, “I want to be honest, but my agency tells me to take good care of my image, and also says that the fans give it a second thought when they see my true nature. When I hear that, I begin to ask myself if being honest is a bad thing.”
In this broadcast, actress Yoon Seok Hwa, singer Park Sang Min, and comedian Yang Sae Young will give solutions to his problem.
A collection of girl groups’ name and their meaning is attracting netizens’ attention.
Recently, a posting titled, “What each girl group means by its name,” was uploaded on an online community board.
The posting includes a list of Korean girl groups and the meaning of their name. First, Wonder Girls has a meaning of “the girls who will surprise the world.” Kara explains its name, “a sweet melody,” while SNSD, 2NE1, and 4Minute each introduces itself as “the girls-ruling generation has come,” “a new evolution in the 21st century,” and “in just four minutes, each member’s charm will get your attention.”
F(x) means “Just like the equation f(x) whose answer varies according to x, each member’s talent and charm will appeal in Asia.” Through their names, T-ara, Miss A, and Sistar each shows their ambition: “We will become the queens in the world of singers.” “We will become the best singers in Asia with Class A skills in every field.” “We will become big stars with a friendly image.”
Netizens who saw the posting commented: “It’s very childish~ But seems like it’s working.” “Names aren’t that important as long as you’re popular~” “Go SNSD!”
Posters of Super Junior members for the documentary film I AM : SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR in Madison Square Garden, which is about how SM artists became world-renowned singers, have recently been unveiled.
Debuting in 2005, Super Junior members are currently active in various areas as musicians, actors, and hosts of TV shows.
Some Super Junior members created unit groups and released various styles of music. “Sorry Sorry” is especially loved by many people regardless of sex, age, and nationality, creating a boom of the Cover Dance.
The posters of Super Junior members released this time show distinctive characters of each member and their stories.
Leeteuk says, “When I got this special name, I became special,” implying that his life changed after he became a member of Super Junior.
Shindong says, “Mom, I made a contract with SM!” expressing his astonishment and joy when he became a singer of SM Entertainment.
Sungmin and Eunhyuk show their endless passion by saying, “I want to hold Super Junior concerts even after I turn 40 years old” and “My part is only ten seconds out of four minutes, but I try my best for that ten seconds. I get to forget about everything when I go up to the stage!”
Ryeowook says, “Super Junior members also compete against each other,” implying that they’re continuously trying hard for themselves to improve.
The youngest Kyuhyun says, “All thirteen members are the one, but it’s quite hard to live together.” The inside stories, which are as various as the number of the members, can be heard in I AM.
I AM, a movie about SM artists who went through a difficult time to become the first Asian singers who performed at Madison Square Garden in New York, will be released in May.