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A Good Afternoon with the Good Boy, Kim Seon-Ho

Kim Seon-Ho was recently in Manila for his sold-out fan meet and the Korean actor did not disappoint. All smiles and exuding with charm, the leading man dubbed as “Good Boy” thrilled audiences with fun games, interactive moments and all around good time. With his signature smile he quips, “Magandang araw, na-miss ko kayong lahat.”

In true Pinoy fashion, the local fans went all out with their cheers and high energy for the actor. To which, the Korean celebrity was visibly at awe with the love he was given. “I’m happy thanks to you. I will cherish this day for the rest of my life”, he shares. From fans dressed in wedding gowns, to hanboks, to lighted personalized signs and more, the supporters of Kim Seon-Ho showed up to the party donning their personal flair.

Onstage, Kim Seon-Ho opened up with some surprising facts. He likes bibingka and adores pancit. He finds the Pinoy game sipa interesting. He even shares Tagalog phrases with ease. Indeed, his adoration for our culture is evident. He too was very generous with his interactions. Shaking hands with fans offstage, acknowledging the players who joined him for the various segments and laughing at the funny banter with host, Kring Kim.

Alas, the show must end. But not before presenting Kim Seon-Ho a touching tribute video. The emotive piece was one of the highlights of the program as it brought out the feels from the fans and Kim Seon-Ho as well. “Salamat po. I had a very good time”, he shares.

What a good show for our good boy.

The “2023 Kim Seon-ho Asia Tour in Manila: One, Two, Three. Smile” was presented by PULP Live World.

AOMG’s Follow the Movement Tour in Manila: Ain’t No Party Like an AOMG Party

Written by Ava Sumortin
Photos by Althea Planta

Think of K-hip hop and R&B, and some of the best artists that come into mind are part of the AOMG crew. Starting the new year with a huge party, record label AOMG brought their [Follow the Movement] AOMG World Tour to Manila. Woo, Lee Hi, Loco, Gray, Yugyeom, and Simon Dominic held a four-hour concert on Jan. 15 at the New Frontier Theater, delivering a party like no other.

Rapper Woo started the show as he opened with “R.I.P.” He had fun with the crowd and smiled when the crowd chanted, “Woo! Woo! Woo!” He continued his set with “Chik Chik Pok Pok,” “Pop It,” and “Chingiz Khan.” There were a lot of memorable moments that night, but one of the songs that made an impact, in my opinion, was Woo’s “Me” from his 2022 EP “comma.” He said this song’s lyrics are honest and that he wanted the crowd to feel what this song is about. While he was singing “Me,” the lyrics flashed on the screen behind him. Even though I was in the middle of a crowd, it still felt very intimate.

Singer-songwriter Lee Hi was next to grace the stage. With her soothing and unforgettable voice, she started her set with “ONLY” and “BREATHE,” mesmerizing the crowd with her powerful vocals. Lee Hi showed her range with songs like “Savior,” “Rose,” “No One,” “1, 2, 3, 4,” “H.S.K.T.,” and “Red Lipstick.” She switched between ballads and upbeat songs and even rapped some parts of her songs. She also encouraged the crowd to sing along with her, a challenge Filipino fans never backed down from.

Rapper Loco was the third artist for that night, and he started with “MBTI,” a surefire way to get the crowd on their feet and jump around. He said he spent a couple of months in Cebu to learn English and that it was his first time in Manila. Loco’s stage was intense, and he kept the crowd hyped with “Party Band” and “OPPA.” He also performed “Too Much,” “Like Water,” “Don’t,” and “Somebody!” In between songs in his set, Loco asked if he could play “Say Yes,” a song from drama Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo. He said he heard this song is very popular in the Philippines. Loco smiled as the crowd sang the chorus, and he said he will practice the song and promised to come back later to sing it with everyone. Loco’s set was exhilarating, and the crowd loved interacting with him.

Singer and rapper Gray was the next to perform, and he took the stage with “Dream Chaser.” He also performed “Show Window,” “TMI,” “Summer Night,” “Close 2 U,” “Baby Don’t Cry,” and “Make Love.” At one point Gray said, “You guys are crazy.” “You are reacting so well. I’m so thankful,” he added. When Gray performed “Lose Control,” he also played the melodica and encouraged the crowd to sing with him. The theater lit up with phone flashlights when Gray sang “U.” Loco joined Gray on stage to perform “Just Do It” and “Late Night,” finishing Gray’s versatile set.

It has only been a few months since Yugyeom held his first solo concert in Manila in August 2022, but Filipino fans, of course, could never get enough of him and came out in full force to support him. Yugyeom started his set with “I Want U Around.” He also performed “Take You Down” and “Lights.” “I miss you, guys. You are amazing,” Yugyeom said. “I’ve been to the Philippines with GOT7 before, but this feels new because I came with my AOMG crew.” Loco and Yugyeom sang “All About U,” while Gray shared the stage with Yugyeom and they performed “Running Through the Rain” and “All Your Fault.” Yugyeom also sang his newest release, “Ponytail.”

Rapper Simon Dominic, despite being the last performer of the night, is an artist that you will never forget after seeing him perform. He entered the stage with “Dax4” and followed it up with “Simon Dominic,” making the crowd shout the spelling of his name. He greeted the crowd with, “Ako ay si Simon Dominic. Magandang gabi po!” He also sang “POSE!,” “Room Type,” and “ya ain’t gang.” Woo, Loco, and Gray individually joined Simon D to perform different songs, including “GOTT,” “At Night,” and “Comfortable.” The remix of Jay Park’s “MOMMAE” was also part of Simon D’s set. His charm, wit, and talent were undeniable, and everyone couldn’t help but be amazed at how he carried himself on stage. He bantered with the crowd and the translator, and he even kept one fan’s playful banner, holding it throughout his set. Another fan asked him to design their next tattoo. He memorized Filipino phrases and often said the crowd was “maganda forever,” and in turn, fans taught him one word: pogi.

After Simon Dominic’s set, Loco asked the crowd to sing “Say Yes” with him again. He was prepared this time, and he also took a video of the crowd singing. He was all smiles.

The six artists took the stage, eager to perform for the crowd again, this time with their crew. Their set included “119 REMIX,” “Upside Down,” “TTFU,” “Party for the Night,” “ON AIR,” “We Are,” and “Who You,” and they took selfies with fans and signed autographs for them. Loco and Simon Dominic even ran to middle area of the theater.

The whole night was fun and intense. Even though the show was four hours long, everyone was craving for more. Fans were still energetic as they showed their love to the artists on stage, while the crew went around and interacted with the crowd. After hours of non-stop beats, dancing, and incredible visuals and production, we still didn’t want the party to end. Once you follow the movement, there’s no turning back.
[Follow the Movement] AOMG World Tour 2023 in Manila is presented by PULP Live World.



Without a doubt, ENGENEs are at a fever pitch for the arrival of ENHYPEN to the Philippines with their much-anticipated massive world tour. Their dedication to the group is truly overwhelming and is expected to shock the Mall of Asia Arena, the venue that will house this sensational world tour, on the first weekend of February 2023!

ENHYPEN members, JUNGWON, HEESEUNG, JAY, JAKE, SUNGHOON, SUNOO, and NI-KI, debuted on November 30, 2020, with 1st Studio Album BORDER : DAY ONE. This album achieved the biggest first week sales for a single album among K-pop groups to debut the same year and became their gateway towards inevitable stardom.

ENHYPEN had a clear sign that their success is destined to happen. Within two months of their debut, the group won four “Rookie of The Year” awards proving that they are the breakout boyband to watch out for. Less than two years later, the band proved they’re the new powerhouse of K-pop, as they became double “Million-Sellers” in the shortest period of time (since debut) in K-pop history with 1st Studio Album DIMENSION : DILEMMA (released in October 2021) and 3rd Mini Album MANIFESTO : DAY 1 (July 2022)..

There’s no stopping ENHYPEN from conquering the global K-pop scene and this upcoming world tour is a strong testament to the success that they and their fans have been manifesting!

The Philippine stop was previously set for 2 days but because of the clamor of the fans, a Day 3 show has been added. Now, all three schedules have reached their full capacity – making it a full-blown weekend dedicated to all ENGENE! See you all at the Mall of Asia Arena on February 3 – 5, 2023 for the ENHYPEN WORLD TOUR ‘MANIFESTO’ in MANILA. Show times are as follows: February 3 – 7PM, February 4 – 6PM, February 5 – 5PM.

Follow The Movement: AOMG World Tour coming to Manila this month

K-Hip-hop fans in the Philippines, it’s your time to make some noise and show us your limitless energy as we welcome the crew, AOMG, to the country!

You’re all set to experience the sickest party at the start of 2023 as PULP Live World and Happee Hour proudly bring the highly anticipated K-Hip-Hop and R&B world tour to the Philippines – [FOLLOW THE MOVEMENT] AOMG WORLD TOUR 2023 IN MANILA on
January 15, 2023, at the New Frontier Theater.

AOMG, also known as Above Ordinary Music Group, is a distinguished Korean Hip-hop and R&B label founded in 2013. Currently, it houses over 20 prominent artists and producers that conquer South Korean and global music charts with every song release. The group is iconic in
such a way that you can never talk about the Korean hip-hop scene without mentioning the AOMG label. Now, they are scheduled for a phenomenal world tour that is set to showcase 5 of their most elite artists namely, SIMON DOMINIC, LOCO, GRAY, LEEHI, and YUGYEOM.

SIMON DOMINIC is one of the legendary and irreplaceable figures in the K-Hip-Hop and entertainment industry. He started as an underground rookie rapper and persevered to be the CEO/artist that he is known today. Since then, he has released powerful tracks that dominated mainstream music charts in Korea including the catchy single “Simon Dominic” in 2015. His first full-length album DARKROOM in 2018 and EP No Open Flames in 2019 have further received recognition from both critics and the general public alike. Everyone surely knows the show’s going to be lit when they hear the iconic “Simon D-O-M-I-N-I-C” chant, and finally, the Philippines is about to also scream this live and loud!

LOCO rose to fame after winning the first season of the iconic Korean Reality Rap Competition “Show Me The Money”. Since then, he has released multiple platinum singles including “Hold Me Tight (Feat. Crush)”, “You Don’t Know”, and “Too Much (Feat. DEAN)”. Loco is greatly
appreciated for his sincere lyricism and melodic flow which is evident in all his works.

GRAY is a total package performer as aside from composing and producing music, he is alsowell-versed in singing and rapping. His trendy style and intricate talent led him to be one of thetop producers in South Korea. With this achievement, he’s done collaborations with domestic
and international music artists and has received countless music awards. His works wouldspeak for his excellence in this craft. This includes production credits in hits such as Jay Park’s “MOMMAE (Feat. Ugly Duck)”, Woo’s “We Are (Feat. Loco & GRAY)”, and Zion.T’s “Two
Melodies (Feat. Crush)”.

LEEHI is known for her soulful sound that encompasses a wide variety of genres. She debuted in 2012 and since then became a remarkable artist in both K-Pop and K-R&B industries. After joining AOMG, LEEHI released her album, 4ONLY, and won R&B Track of The Year at the
2021 Korean Hip-Hop Awards for her songs “HOLO” and “ONLY”. LEEHI vows to continue releasing music for her fans and keep serenading them with her charming works.

YUGYEOM joined AOMG in 2021 as he started pursuing a solo music career. With the label, he released his first solo EP Point of View: U, and ventured out to composing and producing his own music. He’s also known for his captivating moves as a dancer and choreographer.

YUGYEOM has just recently wrapped up a successful world tour which included Manila as one of his stops.

In over 3 breathless hours of show, witness SIMON DOMINIC, LOCO, GRAY, LEEHI, and YUGYEOM hit it up together for the first time on-stage. It’s going to be hot, packed, wild, and sexy ‘coz there ain’t no party like an AOMG Party! So, make sure to grab your tickets starting
December 5, 2022, 11AM at Ticketnet outlets nationwide or online via www.ticketnet.com.ph.

Turn up and see you all at the [FOLLOW THE MOVEMENT] AOMG WORLD TOUR 2023 IN MANILA on January 15, 2023 at the New Frontier Theater.

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Super Show 9 in Manila: Promises Kept #SS9inManila

Photos by Seth Valenzuela
Written by Ava Sharra Sumortin

After the postponement of the Super Junior World Tour – Super Show 9: Road in Manila in August, the K-pop group came back to keep their promise. All roads led to the SM Mall of Asia Arena on December 17 and 18 for the rescheduled Manila leg of their Super Show 9 tour, which was also the first time for Super Junior to have a two-day concert in the Philippines.

“We kept our promise, right? But for me, I think, you kept a promise for us,” Shindong said. “I’m really thankful that we were able to meet each other before the year ends,” Eunhyuk added. Leeteuk said that the fans kept their tickets like lottery tickets since August. He then joked, “You guys won the lottery tonight!”

And it certainly felt like it.
Shindong, Ryeowook, Donghae, Yesung, Siwon, Kyuhyun, Eunhyuk, and Leeteuk were excited to see the sapphire blue sea at the arena. They promised a great show for their PH ELFs, who were also ecstatic to see the group again.

Super Junior’s set started with “Burn the Floor” from their 2021 album “The Renaissance.” They continued with more of their powerful songs such as “The Crown,” “Super,” and “Mr. Simple.”
Their setlist also included songs from the group’s sub-units, which is a testament to the talent of each member.

Super Junior performed their recent hits including “Paradox,” “Mystery,” “Callin’,” “House Party,” and “More Days with You.” A Super Show wouldn’t be complete without “Sorry, Sorry” and “Bonamana,” a back-to-back performance that showed why the group is truly one of K-pop’s best artists.

One of the most fun parts of the show was their “Gods of Music” segment, which had different arrangements for “Spy,” “Rokkugo,” and “Mamacita.” Super Junior is also known for their humor, and all I can say is that you’d have to see this segment to believe it. What an experience!
For both of their shows, Super Junior had a surprise for their ELFs. On Dec. 17, they performed “Celebrate” for the first time on stage. “This is our present to you,” Leeteuk said. The fandom was also prepared with their “Celebrate” banners and their blue Santa hats, which also surprised the group. While on Dec. 18, Super Junior sang “White Love” from their newly released EP “The Road: Celebration.”

Before the night ended, Siwon said, “Anything is possible when you have the right people to support you … We can do everything because of you.” ELFs’ hearts melted at that moment.

Super Show 9 in Manila was a celebration of promises kept and of love and support between Super Junior and PH ELFs, a bond that has been growing since 2005.

Super Show 9: Road in Manila is presented by Pulp Live World.

See more photos from the show here

SUPER JUNIOR continues their Super Show 9 Tour in Manila this weekend

Keeping their promise of return, Kings of Hallyu and global superstars, SUPER JUNIOR are making their way back to the Philippines to push through their grand reunion with PH E.L.F.s as PULP Live World proudly announces the return of

SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR – SUPER SHOW 9: ROAD in MANILA on December 17, 6 PM, and December 18, 5 PM, 2022 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

Known as the timeless K-Pop group, Super Junior has recently celebrated their 17th anniversary, making them one of the longest-running K-Pop idol groups in the industry. Throughout their career, they made monumental marks with the records achieved by their songs and multiple awards given worldwide. Most recently, they won the 2021 Artist of the Year at The Fact Music Awards. But more than these shining trophies and recognitions, Super Junior’s most iconic mark is how they paved the way for the K-Pop industry to be recognized now globally.

Veteran K-Pop fans would know how this legendary group worked hard from the beginning to achieve the status they have now and generously share with other younger K-Pop idols. No one can talk about Hallyu without mentioning their group in the discussion. Adding to this is the fact that they are the first K-Pop group to ever perform here in the Philippines with Super Show 2 in 2010.

Now, as they continue creating works for the fans, Super Junior is now on tour with the 9 th installment of Super Show. The tour follows the release of their 11th Album, The Road, which tells a message of moving forward as Super Junior continues their journey as artists. The show is specially dedicated to their fans, E.L.F.s. (Ever-Lasting Friend) – a fandom that is perfectly named considering their career in the industry and how their fans keep on supporting them today.

Last August, Super Junior and PH E.L.F.s met in an emotional atmosphere but during those times, we witnessed how the connection and love of this idol group and their fans rise above all else. Now, as Super Junior returns, PH E.L.F.s are in for a much more exciting, explosive, and superb Super Show 9 experience! As they said, Super Show 9 is a show where fans will feel happiness and good energy – this is exactly what they will bring to Manila this December!

All roads lead to SM Mall of Asia Arena on December 17 and 18, 2022 for SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR – SUPER SHOW 9: ROAD in MANILA. The show promptly starts at 6 PM on Saturday and 5 PM on Sunday. This show is proudly brought to you by SM Entertainment, Label SJ, Dream Maker Entertainment Limited, PULP Live World, and Happee Hour. Don’t wait and grab your tickets starting November 30, Wednesday, 12NN at SM Tickets outlets nationwide or online via http://www.smtickets.com.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Super Standing E/L/F – P12,000

Super Seated – P12,000

Upper Box A – P7,500

Upper Box B – P6,500

Gen Ad A – P4,500

Gen Ad B – P3,500

*Ticketing charges apply.

For more show details, be sure to visit http://www.pulp.ph and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.


Music and Treats at Hallyuween 2022: The Philippines’ First K-pop Halloween Party

Music fans dressed up as witches, ghouls, and other spooky and creative characters as they invaded the Mall of Asia Arena on Oct. 29 for Hallyuween 2022, a Halloween party like no other. Drag queens Lady Gagita, Lady Morgana, and Minty Fresh as well as P-pop group BGYO joined six K-pop acts: CL, Epik High, KARD, PENTAGON, Gaho X KAVE, and DJ Soda for a night of music and treats for their fans.

During the press conference before the show, BGYO said that they are very thankful and honored that they were invited to Hallyuween since they would be joining big K-pop artists and the iconic drag queens.
Lady Morgana also said that the queens want to show music fans, both local and foreign, the creativity of the Philippine drag scene.

K-pop co-ed group KARD wowed with their costumes. BM said that the group is happy to have another opportunity to see and interact with their Filipino fans.

Gaho X KAVE were also excited to see their fans in the Philippines. When asked what their message was to their fans, Gaho sang “Start Over” and dedicated it to them.

Yeo One from boy group PENTAGON said their fans, Universe, are their inspiration and that they have prepared fun performances for that night as their way to communicate with their fans.

DJ Soda said she loves the Philippines and that she is proud to perform as a DJ representing South Korea.

Epik High’s Tablo said, “We wanna make sure that you forget about all of the bad things going on in the world and your life, just for tonight. We know we can’t solve every problem, but for the time that we share together, if we can make you forget about things and enjoy yourself, maybe when you go back, you’ll be a lot stronger.” Of course, such wise words from the one and only Tablo. He also said he hoped everyone would have a safe trip back home because the weather was awful that weekend.

Fans faced severe tropical storm Paeng to see their favorites, but it definitely was a night to remember.

Baddest female CL dressed up as Cruella de Vil during the press conference, and she was gorgeous! She said she’s very happy to reconnect with her fans because she hadn’t been to the Philippines in years.

The show started with zombies running around the dance floor and spooked the crowd before the drag queens took the stage. Lady Gagita performed Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” 2009 VMAs style. Lady Morgana graced the stage with Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody,” and Minty Fresh was next with Ariana Grande’s “Break Free.” The three queens ended their set with a performance of “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj.

Gaho X KAVE then took the stage and started their set with “Start Over” from the K-drama “Itaewon Class.” They performed “Running” from another hit drama “Start-Up.” Gaho said that because of the crowd’s energy, they want to come back to Manila for their own concert. They also sang “Beautiful Night” and “High,” and they covered Blackpink’s “How You Like That.” Gaho and band KAVE gave an explosive performance of “Right Now” as their last song for that night.

PENTAGON was next, much to the delight of Filipino Universe. The group, appearing on stage with six members, performed “Feelin’ Like,” “Sparkling Night,” “Beautiful Night,” “Call My Name,” and Shine.” They were happy to see a lot of their fans in the crowd.

Another Filipino act to join this year’s Hallyuween lineup is BGYO, and as expected, they didn’t disappoint. They started their set with a powerful performance of “The Light.” They also sang “Kundiman,” “The Baddest,” and “Magnet.”

When KARD appeared on stage, the crowd went wild. They first performed “Ring the Alarm,” and I am speechless at how amazing their performances were even though they were wearing costumes. They continued with “Oh NaNa,” “Don’t Recall,” “Bomb Bomb,” “Red Moon,” and “Dumb Litty.”

K-hip hop icons Epik High kept the crowd on their feet as they started their set with “No Thanxxx.” They also performed “Burj Khalifa,” “One,” and “Born Hater.” Before their last song, the group had a surprise. They signed and wrote “We love Manila” on a shirt before throwing it to a lucky fan. The group’s last song for the night was “Don’t Hate Me.”

2NE1’s “I Am the Best” started playing. And who else could it be but the queen, CL. She started with a hot performance of “Spicy.” The party didn’t stop as CL continued with her hits “HWA,” “The Baddest Female,” “5 Star,” “Chuck,” “Doctor Pepper,” “Lover Like Me,” and “MTBD,” with “Hello Bitches” rounding up her set for Hallyuween.

After CL’s unforgettable performances, she went on stage to announce the winners of the night’s major awards for Best in Hallyuween Costume.
But what would a party be without dancing? Wrapping up the night was DJ Soda, making everyone dance with the songs she prepared especially for the party.

It was one amazing performer after another, and what a night that was. The Philippines’ 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN is presented by PULP Live World.

See more photos from Hallyuween 2022 here


Gen Z’s ‘It’ boys victoriously wrapped up their first world tour ‘TOMORROW X TOGETHER WORLD TOUR (hereinafter ‘ACT : LOVESICK’), concluding the grand series of 19 concerts in 13 cities.

TOMORROW X TOGETHER (SOOBIN, YEONJUN, BEOMGYU, TAEHYUN, and HUENINGKAI) captivated the worldwide audience with groundbreaking performances starting with the concert in Seoul in July, followed by crowd-pulling stages in the seven U.S. cities–Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Upon completing the U.S. leg of the world tour, the quintet extended their shows in two cities in Japan, Jakarta, Bangkok, and Manila, throughout September and October.

Gen Z’s ‘It’ boys truly manifested their growth as the leading act of the 4th generation throughout ‘ACT : LOVESICK’ with dynamic stage composition and musical versatility. The act dazzled the fans with performances that brought back the group’s earlier times, like “CROWN,” “Can’t you See Me?,” and “Run Away.” TOMORROW X TOGETHER continued the exuberant energy with the lead singles of the more recent albums like “0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You),” “‘LO$ER=LO♡ER,” and “Good Boy Gone Bad.”

TOMORROW X TOGETHER further dazed the audience by presenting a collaborative stage with their fellow Gen Z artists during the two-day Los Angeles shows. Salem Ilese joined the stage to sing “PS5,” and iann dior appeared to perform “Valley of Lies (feat. iann dior).” The quintet created a meaningful connection with fans in Asia by singing the original Japanese track “Force” and “Ring” while eliciting cheers by singing a popular song in the local music scene in Jakarta.

Along with their spectacular performance, TOMORROW X TOGETHER delivered their affection and appreciation to the global fans (MOA) by communicating with them in local languages. MOA reciprocated with elated cheer and waved the beautifully lit light sticks called ‘MOA Bong.’ The fans raised the energy with a full-throated singalong of the Korean lyrics and the chanting of the names of the five members.

At the final show of the ‘ACT : LOVE SICK’ in Manila, the act delivered a heartfelt message to the fans as the action-packed show approached the end by saying, “The first world tour was an opportunity for us five members to become a stronger team. Most importantly, words cannot express how grateful we are, as ‘ACT : LOVESICK’ would not have come true without our MOA’s love and support. Unfortunately, ‘ACT : LOVESICK’ has ended, but TOMORROW X TOGETHER will continue to bring great music and performance, so please look forward to our next chapter.”

While on tour, Gen Z’s ‘It’ boys received their very first nomination for MTV European Music Awards for ‘Best Asia Act.’ TOMORROW X TOGETHER also received an American Music Awards nomination for ‘Favorite K-Pop Artist.’

TXT’s ACT: LOVE SICK World Tour Coming to Manila

K-pop boy group TOMORROW X TOGETHER will meet Filipino MOAs as part of the Asian leg of their ACT: LOVE SICK world tour. The quintet will perform at the Mall of Asia Arena on Oct. 27 and 28.

Since their debut in 2019, Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyung and HueningKai have been constantly proving just how talented they are, with TXT’s releases topping global charts and breaking records. The group also released their fourth EP Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child in May.
Aside from their stop in Manila, TXT held concerts in South Korea, the U.S., Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand.

Filipino MOAs, this is not a show to miss. Limited tickets are still available at SM Ticket outlets nationwide or on smtickets.com.
TOMORROW X TOGETHER WORLD TOUR ACT: LOVE SICK in Manila is presented by PULP Live World.

Get Ready for Hallyuween: Philippine’s first halloween KPOP festival

Been dreaming of attending a K-pop Halloween party? This is not a trick as PULP Live World makes your dream come true with HALLYUWEEN, the country’s first ever K-pop Halloween party. Six of K-pop’s hottest acts — CL, Epik High, PENTAGON, KARD, Gaho x KAVE, and DJ SODA, as well as P-pop sensation BGYO, will bring you treats this Oct. 29 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

CL, the one and only baddest female, needs no introduction. The singer, songwriter, rapper, and the fierce leader of 2NE1 will finally come back to Manila to party and celebrate with K-pop fans for one night this spooky season.

After their 2015 concert in Manila, K-hip hop icons Epik High are also set to come back. Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz join the thrilling HALLYUWEEN lineup.

Boy group PENTAGON is bound to set some hearts racing, while Co-ed group KARD is ready to steal your heart (if they haven’t yet!). Both groups are also no strangers to our shores. PENTAGON last performed in Manila in 2017 and KARD in 2018. It will be Gaho x KAVE’s first time in Manila. Singer, songwriter, and producer Gaho will join the party with his band KAVE.

Filipino boy group BGYO, the Aces of P-pop, recently showcased their talent alongside K-pop group Red Velvet, and they are set to wow the arena once again.

The night wouldn’t be complete without one of the hottest DJs in Korea. DJ Soda, also fashion and beauty icon, rounds up the lineup of this first-of-its-kind Halloween party.

The Philippines’ 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN is presented by PULP Live World. Tickets available at SM Tickets outlets and online at smtickets.com. Visit hallyuween.com for more information.