Start 2024 with your favorite K-pop in SEA!

by Paula Jhea Sison
K-Concerts in Southeast Asia January 2024
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K-pop fans and Hallyu enthusiasts in Southeast Asia will surely start their 2024 with a blast as top Hallyu stars and groups visit the region for their concert tours and fan meetings.

Here is SEA Wave’s Guide to top K-pop acts coming to Southeast Asia this new year.

 

“NYE at 5th” with Red Velvet’s Wendy, Irene and Seulgi

“NYE at 5th” with Red Velvet’s Wendy, Irene and Seulgi

Photo from Bonifacio High Street

Wendy, Irene and Seulgi from Red Velvet are set to power up the new year together with Reveluvs this December 31 at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig in the Philippines for “NYE at 5th.” Irene & Seulgi released the Monster EP (Extended Playlist) as the first sub-unit of Red Velvet in 2020, while Wendy debuted solo with the album Like Water in 2021. The group’s most recent album Chill Kill was released this November.

 

“Unfading Sense” with Super Junior’s Yesung

“Unfading Sense” with Super Junior's Yesung

Photo from Pulp Live World

January is truly a month to remember as Super Junior’s Yesung is coming back for his “Unfading Sense” tour at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City, Philippines this January 6. Yesung is a member of the K-pop group Super Junior who kicked off his solo career in 2016. His latest album, Sensory Flows, reached the top spot on the iTunes Top Album charts in 20 different regions around the world.

 

“The Other Side” with GOT7’s Mark Tuan 

“The Other Side” with GOT7's Mark Tuan

Photo from Mark Tuan

Inspired by his recent studio album “The Other Side”, Mark Tuan is set to visit Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand for his tour. Mark is a singer/songwriter and rapper from GOT7 who started his solo music career in 2021 after his departure from JYP Entertainment. Mark Tuan is ready to captivate the hearts of IGOT7s at the Zepp KL, Kuala Lumpur on January 6, Skydome, SM North EDSA, Quezon City on January 14, and Impact Arena, Bangkok on January 20 to 21.

 

“Diamond Dreams” with Jessica Jung

“Diamond Dreams” with Jessica Jung

Photo from Jessica Jung

We truly got it good as Korean-American singer and former Girl’s Generation member Jessica Jung will hold her first solo concert in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia on January 13. Jessica’s “Diamond Dreams” tour kicked off in Macau last November 25 followed by the Singapore leg last December 16. Her latest EP Beep Beep peaked at 6th place in the Circle Album Chart in South Korea.

 

“Follow” with SEVENTEEN

“Follow” with SEVENTEEN

Photo from Live Nation

CARATs are ready for the never-ending Aju Nice as multinational K-pop boy group Seventeen will set the stage on fire at the Philippine Sports Stadium, Bulacan in Philippines for their back-to-backFollow” concerts on January 13 to 14. Debuting in 2015, Seventeen has held multiple Southeast Asian concert tours including “Shining Diamond” in 2016, “Diamond Edge” in 2017, “Ideal Cut” in 2018, “Ode to You: in 2019 to 2020, and “Be The Sun” in 2022.

 

“Show What i Have” with IVE

“Show What i Have” with IVE

Photo from iVE

Six-member K-pop girl group IVE is ready to dive in for their “Show What I Have” world tour, which will make a stop in Bangkok on January 27. Following the successful kick off in Seoul and Japan this year, IVE will continue their world tour in Asia, North America, Europe, Latin America and Oceania in 2024.

 

“The Unity” with NCT 127

“The Unity” with NCT 127

Photo from NCTSMTown_127

Pandora’s box is opening because NCT 127 is back for their third world tour, “The Unity.” The tour will make stops on January 13 at the Indonesia Arena, Senayan in Indonesia, January 21 at the Philippine Sports Stadium, Bulacan in the Philippines, and January 27 to 28 at the Thammasat Stadium, Bangkok in Thailand. NCT 127 is the first fixed sub-unit of the SM Entertainment boy group NCT, with their most recent album Fact Check reaching the top spot at the Circle Album Chart in South Korea.

 

“Dusk to Dawn” with The Rose

“Dusk to Dawn” with The Rose

Photo from The Rose Official

The time has come for South Korean indie-rock band The Rose to return to Southeast Asia for their “Dawn to Dusk” tour. After their military discharge, the four-member band will kick off their tour on January 18 at The Kasablanka Hall in Jakarta, Indonesia, followed by their January 26 concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines.

 

“Fate” with Enhypen

“Fate” with Enhypen

Photo from Belift_Lab

Attention, please! Last on the list of upcoming Southeast Asian K-pop events is Enhypen’s “Fate” world tour happening on January 20 to 21 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and February 3 at New Clark City, Tarlac, Philippines. Prior to their “Fate” Tour, Enhypen held a three-day sold-out concert in Manila and two-day sold-out concert in Bangkok for their previous tour, “Manifesto.”

 

The Hallyu wave has definitely reached the shores and cities of Southeast Asia. Which of these concerts are you attending?

For more Southeast Asian stories, events and pop culture happenings, visit seawavemag.com.

 

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