- K-pop girl group (G)I-dle announced their 2022 'Just Me ( )I-dle world tour today.
- The Cube Entertainment girl group will start with two concerts in Seoul before heading to eight cities in the U.S. and parts of Mexico and then rounding out the tour with more stops in Asia.
- This will be the first tour for the group as five members since the departure of Soojin.
- Their most recent album “I Never Die” and comeback track “Tomboy” were released in March.
K-pop girl group (G)I-dle announced dates and stops for their upcoming 2022 “Just Me ( )I-dle” world tour today.
The Cube Entertainment group will start in Seoul for two concerts on June 18 and 19 before hitting eight cities in the U.S. as well as Santiago, Mexico City and Monterrey in Mexico. The tour will finally circle back to Asia with performances in Jakarta, Manila, Tokyo and Singapore. More dates and locations are still to be announced.
Utada Hikaru, the Japanese pop star behind legendary hits such as “First Love” and theme songs for “Kingdom Hearts” and “Evangelion,” is finally doing a concert tour after a 12-year hiatus.
Born in New York, Utada debuted in 1998 and has since recorded music in both English and Japanese.
In a very surprising turn of events, Ariana Grande cancelled her Vietnam concert, leaving fans with mixed emotions on August 23.
Citing unspecified health issues, the 24-year-old pop sensation apologized to her fans through an Instagram live post, a few hours before her scheduled stage appearance, according to Taiwan News.
Clients of the travel company that took Otto Warmbier to his tragic fate in North Korea are now speaking out on the volatile culture that may have played a part in the events leading up to Warmbier’s arrest and subsequent death.
Gareth Johnson is the founder of Young Pioneer Tours (YPT), the China-based tourist company used by Otto Warmbier, which promises clients an “unparalleled experience, fun way of doing things”, according to their website.
Sriracha is the hot sauce loved and adored by people around the world, but few have actually been inside the factory where the magic happens.
The fiery Sriracha chili sauce that is instantly recognizable by its iconic red and green bottle is produced at a single location in Irwindale, California.
Traveling via a guided tour in a foreign country can be quite disastrous if your tour guide bails. That, unfortunately, is what happened to 38 Chinese tourists during a trip to abroad.
According to The Global Times, the group of travelers reportedly purchased a four day trip to Thailand through a Chinese company for approximately $285. The first two days of the trip were spent in Bangkok as scheduled in the itinerary.