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Highlight thanks the fans and ask to continue to support them

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On June 3, Highlight held their 'Highlight Live 2017 - Can you Feel It?' concert at the Jamsil Olympic Arena. 


SEE ALSO: Highlight say they want to surpass B2ST's success


They opened the concert with their recent title song "Plz don't be sad", followed by "We Up" and "Highlight". 


Kikwang expressed his amazement towards the fans "I'm really sorry to say to the fans that came to our concert yesterday, but I'm shocked...it's even louder today". Doojoon added, "Please relieve all your stress today and let's have fun".


Jamsil Olympic Arena, in particular, is an especially significant place for this group because it was the very first arena in which they held their first concert during the B2ST days. Junhyung voiced his gratitude "As this is such a meaningful place for us, we'll continue to refresh our memories". They also relayed "Promoting under Highlight for the past few months has been our happiest days". 


Highlight took the audience on a memory lane as well by performing their many hits in the past such as "YEY", "Closer", "Fiction", "Ribbon", "Shadow", and "Shock". Throughout the concert, the members continued to express their appreciation by thanking the fans "Please continue to support and cheer us on even when we celebrate our 10th anniversary next year" said Yoseob



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    drwsyhmz 18 days ago

    I AM HAPPY AS LONG AS THEY ARE HAPPY. ONCE A LIGHT, FOREVER LIGHT. WE'LL BE EACH OTHER LIGHT! HIGHLIGHT FIGHTING!

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    shinyrainbow 18 days ago

    Awesome! Light will always support Highlight!

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    B2UTY_dujundujun 18 days ago

    Highlight❤️❤️I'll support u even when I become too old for kpop

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    RAS33 18 days ago

    Always!

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    Max_South 19 days ago

    By the way, it looks that the lads still have pragmatic, constructive relationship with their former label Cube as they are allowed to perform songs that were produced for Beast/Cube. Maybe the only reason why HL are not using the Beast name is not because Cube was trying to be especially mean to them, but because they were asking the licensing fee for the name that was just too high for the lads. But the fees for their older songs were, apparently, sensible, so they have made a deal on that; it is really good.

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    myanaconda Max_South 19 days ago

    Most of their songs are self composed

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    shizun Max_South 19 days ago

    I think they are considered covers of Beast's songs.

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    Max_South myanaconda 19 days ago

    Cube owns songs no matter who have composed them, they are the production company. Ownership rights and author rights are different, they have separate fees; owners get more money than authors according to the system as they are investors in the production. Tiger or the lads have no say about further licensing, but they are getting fees. BTW, for this reason the lads confirmed in their recent interview that they get much more money from their new songs as now they get both ownership/production and author fees.

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    Max_South shizun 19 days ago

    You are probably right, the licensing agreement is technically as if it is a cover. The fact is that Cube did sign it, even though I did not expect them to do it initially.

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    Max_South 19 days ago

    DOES ANYONE KNOW SEOUL? Jamsil Olympic Arena has the capacity of about 11 000 attendees. Does Seoul have bigger 22 000-strong concert-ready arenas so the lads would make one concert instead of two, or 33 000-strong instead of three? I am sure Seoul has to have such bigger arenas. Why are not they used for concerts by the lads? Obviously, it is not matter of ticket sales as they sell dozens of thousand of tickets anyway. I think that fans should agree that we have to care about the lads. If they can make fewer concerts all while serving the *same* number of people, then they should do it this way, no?

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    shinyrainbow Max_South 18 days ago

    They already said it is a great memory because it is also the 1st place they had concert when they were Beast. Also, concerts usually have a few days because the fans may not be available if there is only one date. More concerts also equal more revenue and profit for them so why not?

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    Max_South shinyrainbow 18 days ago

    More than one date being good for those fans who could not technically get to see the lads on that single specific date, is a great explanation for choosing lesser arenas and having more dates. But in terms of profits having one date in bigger arena is more profitable as your expenses have way slower share in your overall economics of the concert.

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