TaeYeon, Chungha, Hyeri Attend aespa’s Concert

On the 29th and 30th of last month, aespa began their second world tour, titled “2024 aespa Live Tour – Sync: Parallel Line,”at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul. Over the course of two days, they were able to perform for a total of 12,000 fans. Additionally, the concert on the 30th was streamed live on various global platforms such as Beyond LIVE and Weverse.


On the last day of the Seoul concert, which was on the 30th at 5 PM, aespa started their performance with their popular song “Drama.”The crowd cheered enthusiastically as they continued with energetic performances and live renditions of “Black Mamba.”This was followed by a series of non-stop stages, including “Salty & Sweet,””Super Nova,””Mine,”and “Goblin.”The audience was especially enthusiastic during their recent hit, “Super Nova,”and sang along in unison.

Karina suggested, “Let’s have a fantastic day together,”and Winter enthusiastically replied, “I feel even more energized than yesterday.”They, as a worldwide team, also greeted international fans in English, Chinese, and Japanese. Winter, being from Busan, received cheers when she spoke in her local dialect, inquiring, “Are you all having a good time?”

During the event, TaeYeon and Chungha, senior artists from the same agency, as well as Hyeri, who is currently appearing in “Mystery Investigation Unit”with Karina, showed up to show their support for aespa. Chungha and Hyeri’s participation in the aespa Dance Challenge, which was shown on the LED screen during the encore preparation, garnered a lot of attention.

In addition, aespa has achieved dual success with their two title tracks “Super Nova”and “Amagetdon”from their recently released first full-length album on the 27th of last month.


This new aespa world tour kicked off in Seoul and is set to visit a total of 14 cities, including Fukuoka, Nagoya, Saitama, Singapore, and Osaka in July, followed by Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo, Jakarta, and Sydney in August. The tour will then head to Melbourne, Macau, and Bangkok in September, covering various locations in Asia and Australia. Along with their tour, the group will also drop their debut single in Japan, “Hot Mess,”on July 3rd and begin promoting it.

Since ticket sales opened, this tour has received an overwhelming amount of support, selling out not only the Seoul concert but also venues in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Sydney, and Melbourne. This further demonstrates aespa’s global ticket power.

Next year, they aim to increase the size of their tour to both North America and Europe, further demonstrating their reputation as successful creators of worldwide hits.

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