Yesterday, LANY did a show in Olympic Hall in Seoul, South Korea as part of their ongoing Malibu Nights Tour to promote their latest album.
Nowadays, world tours by big artists aren’t uncommon, especially if they’re artists that are adored the world over. However, what is uncommon is when you find out that a big artist from that country just so happens to be a fan as well.
That was the case with Red Velvet, a five-piece K-Pop girl group based in Korea. The girls are known for their songs “Bad Boy,” “Zimzalabim,” “Russian Roulette,” and many more.
Four out of the five members all went to LANY’s show in Seoul, and it really seems they had a grand time.
After the concert, members of Red Velvet—Wendy, Seulgi, Joy, and Irene, sans fifth member Yeri—took a photo with the boys of LANY—Paul, Jake, and Les. The four girls seemed as if they’ve been huge fans of LANY for quite some time, even posting stories on their respective Instagram pages as that watched and sang along to LANY during their concert.
Now that Halsey and BTS, Blackpink and Dua Lipa, Red Velvet’s very own Wendy and John Legend, and so many more have collaborated on brand new songs, plus the fact that K-Pop is stepping out of Asia and onto the worldwide stage, should Red Velvet and LANY be next to make a song? A fanboy of both artists such as myself can only hope so.
You can follow Red Velvet on Instagram here.
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686.8k Likes, 4,246 Comments - Red Velvet Official (@redvelvet.smtown) on Instagram: "Red Velvet 레드벨벳 Mini Album ['The ReVe Festival' Day 1] - 🎧 2019.06.19. 6PM (KST)..."
You can follow LANY on Instagram here.
69.6k Likes, 871 Comments - LANY (@thisislany) on Instagram: "i guess they've heard of us in korea"
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