Teen Top Commemorates Their 10-Year Anniversary With An Online Concert
South Korean all-boy band Teen Top celebrated their group's 10th anniversary by gifting their beloved fans an online concert entitled "TEEN TOP 10 LIVE." The virtual event happened on August 8 (Saturday) that flaunted the idols' versatility and unfading talent.
The group performed their single "Love Is" to kick off the concert and followed by ten other colorful songs in their show setlist. All five lads graced the online stage with performances of "I'm Sorry," "Clap," "Supa Luv," "Warning Sign," "Don't Spray Perfume," "Missing," "Ah-Ah," "Be Ma Girl," and "Crazy."
The decade anniversary of Teen Top made the South Korean idols performed two additional songs called "Pancake" and "To You 2020." Not just it, the band showcased a wide array of fun with their performances and dances with Ending Fairy moments and VCR, Hellokpop reported.
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Also, the fans got the chance to participate in the online concert by a surprise fan chant for "Run Away," featuring the massive voice of their beloved fans.
"TEEN TOP 10 LIVE" concluded by reaching out to their fans with gratefulness to their speech. Teen Top bandleader Cap said, "Let's live our lives well and meet again." The sad phrase pertains to the band's military enlistment that needs fulfillment starting on August 10. The first member to enlist in the mandatory military service is Chunji.
The online concert is perhaps not enough for the boy band. Besides, Teen Top curated an encore stage with their "Miss Right" and "Rocking" songs. The all-boy group bottles up 22 songs making their "TEEN TOP 10 LIVE" online concert a massive success. The fans couldn't help but wonder what awaits the band's future ventures in the music scene.
In a Fann Star report, the group made known their online concert on Mnet's "M Countdown" on July 30. The announcement comes after the band performed "Rocking" and "Clap."
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