MANILA — New K-pop boy group To All Nations (TAN) is set to hold a four-location Philippines tour in November.
TAN’s first stop will be at the Music Museum in San Juan on Friday, followed by another fan meeting at Robinsons Magnolia in Quezon City on Sunday.
They will also join K-pop conventions in Cebu on November 12 and Cagayan de Oro the following day.
They will also appear on ABS-CBN’s “It’s Showtime” and PIE Channel.
“It’s our first time here in the Philippines and we have high expectations. We are really flattered to meet Filipino Soda fans as soon as possible,” Lee Chang Sun told reporters at a press conference.
Im Joo An said that they came here to the Philippines to follow in the footsteps of other K-pop groups.
“The Philippines is a very important country when it comes to promoting K-pop. We know that many of our senior K-pop groups like BTS, Seventeen, and Blackpink have been here in the Philippines before,” he said. -he declares.
“In order to conquer the world stage, we first visited the Philippines because we know that the love and support of Filipinos in K-pop is truly unwavering.”
Lee Jaejun is looking forward to meeting his fans and hopes they will connect with them through their performances.
“We have really prepared a lot to touch the hearts of Filipino fans and we really hope to be able to communicate with our fans here in the Philippines,” he said.
TAN is a seven-member K-pop idol group consisting of Changsun, Jooan, Jaejun, Sunghyuk, Hyunyeop, Taehoon, and Jiseong.
The group was formed through Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation’s (MBC) survival audition show, “Extreme Debut: Wild Idol”. Since their debut last March, the group has already released three feature films and a single album.