The South Korean rookie boyband revealed the desire for home-cooked meals and a “regular social life” at the Sundown Festival press conference
Text: May Lim
Photos: May Lim & Red Spade Entertainment
Video: Teng Siew Eng / Ling Pak Wei
International artistes BtoB (South Korea), Alice Nine (Japan), Anthony Neely (Taiwan) and Jeno Liu (China) were in town yesterday to promote the Sundown Festival, which is an annual highly-regarded event to promote Asia's music scene.
Raymond Lam, who represented the performing artiste for Hong Kong, was absent due to his busy filming schedule in mainland China. The artistes will be performing tonight (Dec 1) at the Marina Promenade.
The seven-member rookie boyband, BtoB (Born to Beat) made their second time visit to Singapore and expressed their gratitude to the local fans' support at the press conference.
The boys were extremely delighted when they revealed that BtoB has gradually gained more fans and have received many positive online feedbacks on their outstanding vocals. They were also thankful for every opportunity to perform onstage and have promised their fans to work harder for their future singing career.
BtoB's "visual" member, Minhyuk celebrated his 22nd birthday yesterday and was touched when his fans showered him with well-wishes and gifts when he arrived at Changi Airport.
During the interview with xinmsn, BtoB sang high praises for the local fans, commenting, "[Fans in Singapore] are very warm and friendly. We are surprised that they are able to call out our individual names!"
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