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B2ST heats up Gwanghwamun Square with their "Beautiful Night" guerrilla performance
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On July 26th, B2ST managed to gather over 4,000 fans into a sea of dark gray balloons at the Gwanghwamun Square for their comeback guerrilla concert with 'Inkigayo'.
The concert was announced just 12 hours before the event, and despite the sweltering heat wave that day, Cube Entertainment has released to us a few details about the event held yesterday.
The agency has reported that fans gathered since 11 a.m. and stood in line as they counted down to B2ST's comeback. The group's "Beautiful Night" comeback is their first in a year and two months, so fans showed their passion by heating up the square from day to night.
Fans were reported to have stood in lines nearly 900 meters long circling the square from the entrance way. Not only were Korean fans present, but international fans that had been visiting from overseas as well.
B2ST finally arrived at 11 p.m. onto their special night time stage lit up with several spotlights ready to showcase their talents. After greeting their fans and passersby, the boys confidently stated, "Let's have as much fun as possible", before launching into their comeback performances.
The boys showed utmost passion and stage manners during their "Beautiful Night" recording and instantly transformed the square into a concert venue of their own. Aside from what they needed to film for the broadcast, they also performed "It's Not Me", "Freeze", and "Beautiful", all the while making sure they thanked their fans for their patience, love, and support.
Yoseob even gave a special performance of "Thanks To", a song dedicated to Beauties, without any background music to specially express his gratitude.
B2ST's comeback will be broadcast on July 29th through 'Inkigayo'. Fans that weren't able to make it to the pre-recording can expect fun-filled stages full of energy from both the boys and the crowd against the beautiful nightscape of Seoul.
The reason B2ST chose the square in particular was because it is the representative location of Koreans coming together out of support, as well as in preparation for the Olympic season.
Ahead of 'Inkigayo', fans should also make sure to tune in to their first comeback stage on 'Music Bank' on July 27th.
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