Indonesian Police Placed New Restrictions On NCT 127’s 2nd Jakarta Concert To Protect Fans

It went much smoother than day one.

Day one of NCT 127‘s NEO CITY – THE LINK + concert in Jakarta, Indonesia didn’t proceed without a few obstacles for the group and fans. Before the show began, a bomb threat was received and quickly reviewed by police.


Although everyone was cleared for safety, the concert soon came to an early end because fans fainted from pushing in the crowd. In light of the recent Itaewon tragedy, Korean netizens expressed concern for fans. As quickly as Indonesian police acted to review the bomb threat, they also decided to put a few new restrictions in place for the second day of NCT 127’s concert.


The first act the police enforced was placing the audience further back from the stage.

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To ensure there wouldn’t be any other cause for pushing, the police also restricted NCT 127 from throwing any signed balls or other objects into the audience.

With those procedures in place and fans mindful of the danger that could’ve occurred once more, day two of NCT 127’s Jakarta concert stop went smoothly for fans and the group.

Jungwoo performing on day two in Jakarta.


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