Fans will finally be able to cheer on their favorite artists again in-person at the year-end festivals, starting with KBS‘s Gayo Daechukje.
According to an exclusive report from SPOTV, the 2021 KBS Gayo Daechukje will be held on December 17, 2021 at KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul. Unlike last year, where due to Covid-19, was forced to proceed without a live audience, this year, an audience will be permitted. While the audience will still have to follow quarantine guidelines, it is a major improvement compared to last year’s audience of zero. KBS has reportedly stated that their preparations will make sure that in-person viewing will be safe for spectators.
The KBS Gayo Daechukje is an annual year-end festival to celebrate the top artists of the year. Last year, due to Covid-19, some artists were unable to appear as scheduled, however things are looking likely to change this year. While there may not be as much screaming as previous years, being able to see the artists’ lightsticks waving and some cheers is sure to bring a smile to the artists’ faces.