Don't miss these K-pop events in March

Don't miss these K-pop events in March

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Don't miss these K-pop events in March
photo courtesy of "2024 CN Blue Live 'CNBLUENTITY' in Asia"

Among several K-pop events planned in Thailand, "2024 CN Blue Live 'CNBLUENTITY' In Asia" and "Youngjae Asia Tour <Inside Out> Concert In Thailand" are two of the most anticipated for March.

2024 CN Blue Live 'CNBLUENTITY' In Asia

March 23

Union Hall at Union Mall

It has been seven years since CN Blue last visited Thailand. Therefore, when the band announced that their Asia tour would include Thailand, their fan club Boice was full of joy. "2024 CN Blue Live 'CNBLUENTITY' In Asia" is scheduled to take place at Union Hall in Union Mall on March 23 at 7pm.

Despite having only three members with three instruments, CN Blue deliver powerful performances that concertgoers won't forget.

Launched under the Korean music label FNC Entertainment, CN Blue rose to fame in 2010 after they released a mini album Bluetory which included the chart-topping song I'm A Loner. With electrifying live performances, undeniable talent and charming personalities, it is no wonder that CN Blue are a successful band. Their hits include Love, Intuition, In My Head, Love Light and Between Us.

Tickets cost 3,800, 4,800, 5,500 and 6,500 baht and can be purchased now at bit.ly/48bbmHF and the damai app. For more information and benefit, visit thaiticketmajor.com.

photo courtesy of DJB Entertainment

Youngjae Asia Tour Concert In Thailand

March 16-17

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

Members of GOT7 have visited Thailand many times, but their fans still can't get enough of them. On March 16 and 17 at 6pm, the vocalist of the group Youngjae will perform a solo concert in Thailand at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.

Organised by DJB Entertainment, the concert is guaranteed to feature a special show with a special guest. Youngjae is known for exuding a natural charisma on stage and engaging concertgoers in an intimate atmosphere.

Tickets cost 2,500, 3,500, 4,500, 5,500, 6,500 and 7,500 baht and can be purchased at Djbentth.com. For more information, visit twitter.com/DJBENTTH.

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