ATEEZ Changed In Their Time Away From Performing In Person Shows, This Is How

They really missed ATINY.

ATEEZ completed the US leg of their world tour a little over a month ago. This is what performing in America for the first time in two years meant to them.

(left to right) ATEEZ’ Mingi, Yunho, Jongho, Seonghwa, Wooyoung, Yeosang, San, and Hongjoong | @ATEEZofficial/Twitter

Hongjoong knows that fans worry about their health, which is understandable, considering their non-stop schedule. Several members even had to sit out events during the tour. But, Hongjoong wanted to let fans know that they are good, and for them, performing is “the cure.”

ATINYs always worry about our health, our mental and physical health, but I’d say that, yeah, we are good. I’d say that, yeah, we are really good, and we are really happy that we can finally perform in front of so many ATINYs. That’s the cure to it. So I have to say to ATINTYs, ‘It’s okay, don’t worry.’

— Hongjoong

Hongjoong | @ATEEZofficial/Twitter

Yunho revealed that the time away, performing online, helped the group evolve. Since off-camera and on-camera performances are so different, they learned how to work better with cameras.

Yunho | @ATEEZofficial/Twitter

After only being able to connect to their American fans from screens for two years, going on tour and playing for the biggest crowds of their career was exciting. San was happy performing in person for fans.

I’m really happy because my fans and I can look each other eye to eye again. It’s just a really important thing.

— San

San | @ATEEZofficial/Twitter

Performing in front of fans is different than when there is no one to gain energy from. The group missed performing in front of ATINY.

| @ATEEZofficial/Twitter

ATEEZ is excited for what comes next for the group and are ready to give back the happiness the fans have given them.

San reflected on what the fans make him feel while performing.

When they shout out our names, my heart really starts beating—it feels like my heart is still beating from it.

— San

Source: Billboard