And they’re back! After the successful K-Pop Masterz in Manila last July of this year, PULP Live World brings us another exciting stage–the part 2 we’ve all been waiting for is finally happening! The 2022 K-Pop Masterz 2 is coming to Manila this September 23, 7 pm, at the Araneta Coliseum, featuring GOT7’s Youngjae, ATEEZ, and iKON.
iKon, GOT7’s Youngjae and Ateez have been around for quite some years. Their group is known for their impressive performances and catchy music. If you want to watch them live, this article will tell you why it would be worth watching Kpop Masterz EP. 2 in Manila
Reasons Why You Should Attend The 2022 K-Pop Masterz EP. 2 In Manila
It’s a 3-in-1 Kpop Concert
Attending this Kpop concert is a great way to connect with thousands of fans who share your interests in GOT7, IKON and ATEEZ. Get ready to party the night away as we witness the hottest K-Pop artists in one concert venue!
To start this big K-Pop event in the country, GOT7’s Youngjae will open the stage as he finally returns to Manila to perform for his PH Ahgases. ATEEZ will light up the stage as they go to their first-ever concert for Philippine ATINYs! And, of course, iKON is excited to reunite with their Filipino iKONICS after around four years since they went to Manila for their Continue Tour.
Enjoy the fan perks
For a full-on K-Pop fan experience, Pulp Live World added more special fan perks, including a souvenir concert show card for all the concertgoers. Lucky K-Pop Masterz ticket holders also get a chance to win exclusive photocards, signed albums and signed posters, and a photo opportunity with the featured artists!
Fan Service x 3!
Those who have been to the first K-Pop Masterz in Manila witnessed a lot of spontaneous fan service and interactions from the featured artists in between performances! We also learned more about our favourite idols through the interviews and particular segments. Remember when Jackson Wang placed a towel on host Kring Kim’s lap or when he went down the stage to hand a signed ball to a lucky fan? Sana all!
We’ve all learned our lesson: We have to be there! Expect the unexpected from K-Pop Masterz shows because it’s something you wouldn’t want to miss!
It’s your chance to see them perform live
Both iKon and ATEEZ are born from survival programs. In other words, they’re both groups that were trained and formed companies after a long process of elimination. They have a lot of fans who enjoy watching them perform because they can see just how far these groups have come.
You’ll find that watching Got7’s Younjae, iKon or ATEEZ live is an experience like no other—and if you’ve never seen any of them perform before, it will be one you certainly don’t want to miss out on!
Hear IKON, Youngjae and ATEEZ Say Filipino Phrases
One of the reasons why it is entertaining to watch concerts in the Philippines is because we can hear the artists recite prepared Filipino phrases. A simple “Mahal Kita” is sufficient to make the hearts of Filipino AhGaSes flutter. Indeed, they prepared some Filipino phrases for his Manila concert. What words in Filipino do you wish to hear from them?
Be part of the Fandom Ocean.
A K-pop concert would be incomplete without the presence of the so-called fandom ocean. It’s one of the most heartfelt gifts fans can give to their favourite performers onstage, and being a part of it is incredibly rewarding as a Hallyu fan.
Who wouldn’t want to be a part of this gorgeous fandom ocean? It is a dream come true to attend a concert with your Filo Aghases, IKONICS, or ATINY, so make sure to live in the moment, sing your heart out, and wave your lightstick as high as you can to make them feel loved and welcomed!
Watching your favourite stars up close is always a plus. The music from each group will make you dance and sing along with them, so it’s not just about watching videos on YouTube anymore! Plus, there’s no better feeling than seeing them perform together in person.
These are only a few reasons you should attend Kpop Masterz 2 in Manila. Make sure you avail tickets from TicketNet outlets and online before it’s too late.