Big Bang was welcomed warmly by their fans in Taiwan.
On 9th, Big Bang arrived at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. Starting from the morning of that day, there were fans going to the airport to welcome them and at last there were a total of 1200 of them. Local media also came to the airport to report their arrival.
The fans who were waiting at the airport told the members,‘ please hold a concert in Taiwan.’ There were placards on which such a wish was written on. We can feel the wish of the fans here.
Big Bang then held a an official press conference in Taipei 101. CTV, CTS, FTV, TTV, China Times, Liberty Times were all there. There were a total of about 100 local major media to report the news.
Earlier, B.A.P. revealed that they would be starring in SBS MTV’s reality program, ‘Ta-Dah, It’s B.A.P.’.
The group has just shared some additional great news — ‘Ta-Dah, It’s B.A.P.’ will be broadcast through local MTV channels in China, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore!
The level of anticipation is high for their reality show, since Big Bang set the precedent for such programs with ‘Big Bang the Beginning’. It’s rare for a rookie group to be given such love prior to their debut, and it’s only likely to increase as the days narrow down to B.A.P.’s debut later on this month.
As previously revealed, the reality program will take on a different format, as the boys will play the role of aliens from another planet who are working to become stars and take over the world. SECRET‘s Hyosung will be making a surprise appearance as the deliverer of missions.
The K-Friends Concert set to occur on October 8th, 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan is now postponed due to the venue being unable to provide sound systems that match the standard requested by the Korean companies.
On October 1st, the Korean and Taiwanese sides released a joint statement on the K-Friends official website:
To all the people in Taiwan that love Korean popular culture:
Due to celebrations that will happen on October 10th (National Day in Taiwan), all of Taiwan’s lighting and sound equipment will be utilized. Therefore, the K-Friends concert originally planned for October 8th will not have the lighting and sound equipment that will meet the Korean companies’ standards.