It’s been a while since Chile had a K-Pop concert. The country used to have around 5-10 K-Pop concerts per year, where even SMTOWN and MUSIC BANK were hosted in Santiago de Chile, bringing people from all over Latin America.
Chile has become a requested country to bring K-Pop artists, mainly due to the great population that likes K-Pop and Korean culture. You can tell that by how quickly the concerts get sold out and how “Koreatown”, called Patronato, is full of people every weekend enjoying Korean food and getting to know better their culture.
After 2 years, all these memories are coming back! In the last month, three K-Pop groups have confirmed shows in Santiago de Chile, where all of them were sold out in less than 24 hours!
KARD, DPR, and (G)I-DLE have blessed all Chilean fans with their tours, bringing so much joy after all these years of lockdowns and fear. Definitely, it is going to be amazing.
Chile has the honor to host (G)I-DLE in their 1st world tour in Latin America!
Less than 3 hours was all it took to be sold out. It’s not a joke! Thousands of Chilean fans were skeptical about their opportunity to see (G)I-DLE for the first time, running through their fingers.
It is not a surprise that something like that would happen because we are facing an AMAZING K-Pop group! G(I)-DLE, one of the first groups of the 4th generation, had a hyped debut with “Latata”, breaking a lot of records and giving back to CUBE Entertainment an important place in the industry.
Chile will be the third country to be blessed with a great performance of (G)I-DLE’s FIRST WORLD TOUR called “JUST ME”, with a solo concert on August 10th at the “Caupolicán” in Santiago de Chile.
Miyeon, Minnie, Soyeon, Yuqi, and Shuhua will not regret visiting Chile and seeing and feeling all the love that Latin American fans have for them.
For more info and tickets: https://www.puntoticket.com/gi-dle-worldtourjustme
Thanks to Academia Ninshi, Latin America have had the chance to enjoy K-Pop firsthand.
We hope this keeps going so we can enjoy more of Korean Culture!
Contributor: Claudia Martínez