Super Junior, Girls Generation to hold concert in Manila
MANILA, Philippines – (UPDATED) K-Pop fans rejoice! Super Junior and Girls Generation will have a Manila concert on April 12 at the Philippine Arena.
The two groups, with up-and-coming Korean band of 4 Red Velvet entitled "The Best of the Best in the Philippines" concert. Joining the 3 bands will be special guest Born to Beat.
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Super Junior and Girls Generation are huge names in the industry, and are two groups popularized by the Korean (“hallyu”) wave, or the incorporation of Korean trends in entertainment and culture around the world.
The 12-member group Super Junior debuted in 2005, and their hits include “Sorry, Sorry,” “Mr. Simple,” and “Mamacita.”
Girls Generation, Super Junior’s sister group from the same company SM Entertainment, is an 8-member girl group that has also surged in popularity ever since their debut in 2007. Their singles include “Gee, Genie, I Got a Boy,” and “Mr. Mr.” (READ: And then there were 8: Girls' Generation ousts star)
Red Velvet recently debuted in 2014. This will be Red Velvet's first concert here. Their singles include “Happiness” and “Be Natural.”
Special guest Born to Beat is a 7-member group that debuted in 2012 under Cube Entertainment. Their singles include "Insane" and "The Winter's Tale."
Shuttle express to and from the Philippine Arena will be available with minimal charges.
Tickets to the show will be available in store and online starting March 6 through TicketWorld and SM Tickets, priced at PhP 9,500 for VIP, PhP 8,000 for Lower Box A, PhP 6,500 for Lower Box B, PhP 4,000 for Upper Box A, PhP 2,500 for Upper Box B, and PhP 950 for General Admission.
For more information about the concert, check out the event’s official social networking sites by liking the Facebook page BOB KPOP Concert PH 2015; and following @bestofbestph2015 on Instagram and @bestofbestph Twitter. – Rappler.com