TXT’s Yeonjun Points Out Key Differences In Concert Reactions From International MOAs
TXT successfully completed their first world tour, ACT: LOVESICK, in 2022 after three years of them eagerly waiting to meet MOAs face-to-face across the globe.
The group proved that they were worth waiting for as they planned special moments to connect with MOAs during their show, including when the members entered the audience and surprised unsuspecting MOAs while performing “Thursday’s Child Has Far To Go.”
I WAS FILIMING SOOBIN AND THEN YEONJUN FCKING POKED ME LIKE BRO I DIDN’T EVEN REALIZED HE WAS BEHIND ME UNTIL HE POKED ME 😭😭😭😭 #TXT_in_SanFrancisco #TXT #YEONJUN pic.twitter.com/il4nzKsvVX
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The group visited seven cities across the U.S., two cities in Japan, and the capitals of Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines.
TXT’s oldest member Yeonjun recently reflected on how he felt after the group’s tour and what it was like meeting fans worldwide in his feature interview with Weverse Magazine.
For Yeonjun, performing on stage reminds him of why he became an idol in the first place. After the group made history as the first K-Pop group to perform at the popular rock festival Lollapalooza in 2022, Yeonjun shared his passion for being a performer.
It was a valuable time to reflect on why I do this line of work. I got started in this because of how much I love the stage.
In touring and performing across the U.S. and Asia, Yeonjun noticed unique differences between fans in each country during their concerts.
Performing to fans in the U.S., Yeonjun noticed that the crowd tended to sing and dance freely, not caring what others thought.
In the US they sang and danced in front of us however they wanted without feeling self-conscious.
Yeonjun observed that Japanese MOAs were focused on taking in each moment of the concert, calmly savoring the beauty of the group’s performance.
I was impressed how calm and extremely focused on the concert itself they were in Japan…
In Southeast Asia, Yeonjun shared that the crowd was high energy and sang their hearts out while passionately dancing along with the group.
Southeast Asia they sang along really passionately to the songs and were jumping up and down.
He shared that the differences he noticed with each crowd made their performances even more special to him as he appreciated each unique experience.
It meant a lot because I’m the kind of person who wants to experience everything. I was especially amazed how the mood and energy differed between cities.
During his Weverse Magazine interview, Yeonjun also opened up about how his perspective on performing changed after TXT’s 2022 Lollapalooza performance.
For more on that, check out the article below!
TXT’s Yeonjun Spills On How His Perspective On Performing Changed After “2022 Lollapalooza”