I hope you all have O2 priorities to get your tickets now because come Friday/Saturday (not sure when people without priority can get it), they are likely to be gone. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is coming to London!
A word of advice, never believe a world tour is a “world tour”.
There are a lot of international fans who have not understood that when K-Pop companies say World Tour, why do you all believe it’s going to be every city in the world with at least two or three countries in each continent? Please, wake up! Let me take this upcoming Big Bang Alive Tour in London as an example.
I want to explain to some of you guys how to prepare for these poorly planned K-Pop concerts instead of complaining to each other.
This won’t be the best fanaccount ever because I’m pretty lazy writing this. You can watch the fancam first of all from the day I went to the hotel so let me start from there…
A different topic for a change as last Saturday, I went to my second Hanami picnic which was a bigger event than the first one. This time, we actually sat underneath the cherry blossom trees in the park opposite the Royal Albert Hall.
(This article is what I wrote for my Journalism assignment. Some of my friends and followers wanted me to upload it so here it is! It’s supposed to be non-bias yet catchy to the reader, enjoy!)
The UK is in for a big surprise with a new trend spreading to the West. And it’s called K-Pop.
By Nyasha Oliver
Take a minute to think about your first impression of South Korea. How would you describe it? What about the music? If anything, it’s not all traditional as people would think it is. In fact, there is a growing trend in the UK called “K-Pop.”
I never thought I would get to meet Ayumi. It’s so rare to meet one of K.U.N.A. I waited 8 hours in the cold but it was worth it for Ayumi but I am not doing that again.
There’s so much I have to say about Dok2’s concert so I’ll try to give as much detail as possible.
Forgot to tell you but on 25th February, I went to my first K-Pop Event done by KpopTeam. It was the first one that went to since it was free and they usually do club parties but since this one was in the Korean Cultural Centre, me and my friends had to go. Can you spot me in the picture above? Give you a clue. I’m probably the first person you will spot.
The place was pretty packed and was held upstairs. I’m pretty sure more than 200 people came and it was great. Loads of Big Bang, 2NE1 and 2PM (didn’t expect them to play 2PM so much) were played. My friend won a Rain CD since they were giving out free CD’s. Anyways, I had a great time and once I turn 18, I can’t wait to go to more.