2022 K-Pop Dream Concerts Celebrate Return To Normalcy After Pandemic

The 28th Dream Concert brought Saturday night fever to a live audience of 45,000 K-pop fans and became a celebration of the return to normalcy after two years of COVID-19. Korea Entertainment Producers Association and Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Hosted by. The concert took place on Saturday at the Seoul Olympic Stadium in Jamsil, southern Seoul.

Golden child, class in this four-hour show

Golden child, class, in this four-hour show. Y, Drippin, Dreamcatcher, Tan, Laboum, Lights, Red Velvet, Victon, Stacy, CIX, IVE, AB6IX, NCT Dream. Featuring 27 K-pop plays including Nmixx, Alice, and Oh. My Girl, Unite, VEI, Weekly, Lee Mu-jin, Apex, Kingdom, Cape1er, Cravity, Trendz, and Pentagon, and some collaborations between groups. The K-pop punk, who made his debut during the pandemic, performed his first dream concert.

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The stadium decorated with banners of fans

The stadium was decorated with banners of fans. In which there were all kinds of creative phrases cheering on their favorite K-pop acts. Although Korea eased most social distancing measures in April, crowds were still required to wear masks.

Concert’s Anse, Boy Band NCT’s Doyoung, and Girl Group

KTO invited 2,504 global K-pop fans from 23 countries, including Singapore and Malaysia. And the organization launched its new tourism campaign slogan, “Travel to Korea Begins Again!” began. Anse from the concert, Doyoung of boy band NCT, and An Yu-jin of girl group IVE reminded the international audience that the tour of Korea had resumed.

Livestreamed the concert online

The concert livestreamed online. Viewers outside Korea can re-watch the concert via paid video-on-demand streaming on K-Pop Click and KT Seasons. Domestic viewers can stream it for free on KT Seasons.

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