Top Korean girl-group T-ARA flew to Vietnam for their most awaited concert on November 04, 2017. The special concert held at the Phu Tho Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City was made possible in celebration of Vietnam and South Korea’s 25 years of diplomatic relations.
The proceeds from the concert ticket sales will be donated by T-ARA to the orphans and charitable causes in Vietnam.
T-ARA has been performing in Vietnam for shows and fan-meetings since 2012. They have become a very popular K-pop group in the country. However, this is the first time for T-ARA to have their own concert in Vietnam.
— Jiyeon Thailand (@JiyeonThailand) November 7, 2017
The group that came back last June with four members including Qri, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon were incredibly excited for the concert as they have been receiving overwhelming support from their Vietnamese fans!
Despite the rain, the idol group’s fans known as “QUEEN’S” still covered the stadium at Sân Vận Động Phú Thọ, Ho Chi Minh City and patiently waited for their girls’ concert to begin!
— Thai-ARA? (@Thaiaraclub) November 4, 2017
T-ARA’s first concert in Vietnam was full of bright and sexy stages. It was also an emotional roller coaster for the group and their fans as they tearfully watched the clip of the T-ARA’s journey as performing artists.
— ? AAちゃん?❣? (@Ai_DinoRe) November 7, 2017
The group performed around 20 songs during the concert from their latest extended play “What’s My Name?”, to their hit singles such as TTL (Time to Love), Bo Peep Bo Peep, Roly Poly, and Cry Cry.
— 알렉스 (@alexwong5201314) November 7, 2017
Famous Vietnamese pop stars Noo Phuoc Thinh, Min and Erik also joined T-ARA at the concert!
— HERO's★ﾋｰﾛｰｽﾞ (@heros3377) November 7, 2017
It was a night to remember as T-ARA amazingly covered hit songs of 2NE1 and Sistar. The beautiful ladies never disappoint as they made the night extra fun by playing games with their fans!
T-ARA’s 2017 Concert in Vietnam ended with tears and cheers from the fans and the group members.
— Seoul Government (@Seoul_gov) November 6, 2017
The girls went back to Korea, but immediately returned to Vietnam again on November 07 to join Teen Top, SNUPER, Dreamcatcher, Halo, and popular Vietnamese stars at the Korea-Vietnam Friendship K-pop Concert Program on November 08, 2017.
171108 T-ara performning on 2017 Kpop-Vietnam Friendship Concert at Lan Anh, Ho Chi Minh #1 pic.twitter.com/gcvPzg9opH
— ? (@Jingtato) November 8, 2017
T-ARA who debuted in 2009 has toured across South Korea, Japan, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Cambodia, Taiwan, and Vietnam.