The fourth-generation global idol group MCND successfully completed their first week of promotions, signaling a splendid comeback!
MCND, who made a comeback after 11 months on the 7th by releasing its fourth mini-album [THE EARTH: SECRET MISSION CHAPTER. 2] showed an energetic and pleasant stage through the title song “#MOOD (Hashtag Mood)” and captivated global K-pop fans with its unrivaled presence.
MCND, who showed off its unique charm by performing funky styling with sporty and colorful colors, properly showed the “complete idol” who is expected to come next on every stage. In particular, he added a witty selfie pose choreography to the lyrics of “321-V” to fill the stage in a colorful and pleasant manner, and wrote a sensible palm message as a closing pose, making it hard to take your eyes off until the end.
In addition, MCND is also carrying out special activities such as a TikTok Challenge in addition to music broadcasts, just like the TikTok Million Follow. In addition to the challenge with senior singers such as Hyo-rin, BTOB Lee Min-hyuk, Young-tak, and Yoo Jae-pil, they are also presenting a challenge that encompasses all MZ generations by working with teenagers working as “Play Club.”
In particular, MCND became the first Korean male artist to combine a TikTok filter with a sound source, encouraging not only fans but also various ordinary users to participate in the challenge.
MCND is attracting attention not only for performance but also for content specialized for live. On the 8th, the web content channel “It’s Live” introduced #MOOD arranged in a real band version and released a live video reminiscent of a concert hall. In addition, through MCND’s official YouTube, it released a “live choreography practice video” that shows off ‘its live’ the live performance with choreography, proving that it is a team that has not only performed but also performed live.
Meanwhile, MCND is preparing to capture the hearts of overseas fans once again as the fourth-generation global idol with tours to the Americas in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil from August after domestic activities.