Boy group ENHYPEN's second world tour is just around the corner.

ENHYPEN (Jungwon, Heeseung, Jay, Jake, Sunghoon, Sunoo, Ni-ki) is set to raise the curtain for the 'ENHYPEN WORLD TOUR 'FATE' (hereafter 'FATE') with performances in Seoul on the 29th and 30th at the KSPO DOME in Seoul's Olympic Park. This marks the group's first solo concert at the KSPO DOME (formerly the Olympic Gymnastics Arena) since their debut, with tickets for both shows selling out immediately after general booking started.

Given their promise to maximize their strengths in performance, the group has prepared extensively for high-quality concerts, including immersive storytelling, a 270-degree protruding stage, and an 8-split multi-view.

Performance Deepens Album Narrative

ENHYPEN is known for infusing the emotions they experience into their album narratives, resulting in distinctive works. Their mini 4th album 'DARK BLOOD', released in May, likened their appreciation and love for their fans, known as ENGENE, to a dark fantasy tale.

'FATE' is anticipated to elevate the immersive experience by integrating ENHYPEN's narrative into the setlist, VCRs, styling, and more. The concert promises a variety of features, including thrilling segments that emphasize the performance within the overarching story, and interactive corners for close communication with the audience. This compelling show is expected to further unite ENHYPEN and their fans.

270-Degree Protruding Stage: A Unique Performance Enjoyed Surrounded by Fans

The stage setup is another highlight. Reflecting the vampire elements woven into the narrative of 'DARK BLOOD', the 'FATE' stage features a 'coffin' as a central object. A twist on the conventional forward-facing stage design has resulted in a 270-degree protruding stage, effectively utilizing all three sides. ENHYPEN plans to offer a performance where they meet and enjoy the concert together with the audience from various angles, surrounded by their fans.

Vivid Online Live Streaming with 8-Split Multi-View

Both performances of 'FATE' in Seoul will be available for online live streaming. Notably, the concert is providing an 8-split multi-view, enabling global fans who can't attend in person to vividly experience the on-site atmosphere.

ENHYPEN will kick off in Seoul and then proceed with their 'FATE' world tour, staging 13 concerts across nine cities, including Osaka and Tokyo in Japan in September, and Los Angeles, Glendale, Houston, Dallas, Newark, and Chicago in the United States in October. This tour will mark ENHYPEN's first performances at the Tokyo Dome in Japan and stadium venues in the United States since their debut.