THE BOYZ WIN at 5 Music Shows; MUSIC BANK to bring back AUDIENCES
THE B fans are ecstatic as THE BOYZ win five music show trophies, including the group’s first win at Inkigayo; Meanwhile, KBS announce their plans to bring back live audiences for their musical shows like Music Bank.
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- THE BOYZ Win 5 Music Show Trophies
- Music Bank Plan to Bring Back Live Audiences
THE BOYZ Win 5 Music Show Trophies
THE B fans have lots of achievements to celebrate as THE BOYZ’s recent comeback “Maverick” wins the group 5 music show wins on The Show, Show Champion, Music Bank, Show! Music Core, and Inkigayo.
Achieving five major wins for their brand new track “MAVERICK,” the title track of their recent single album, the group have officially achieved ten wins in 2021 (double than the wins of their previous years promoting combined).
After winning “Road To Kingdom” and winning runner-up on the hit competition show “Kingdom : Legendary War,” THE BOYZ have showcased their incredible stage presence and legendary performance skills with unforgettable stages and tracks that have made them cultural icons.
THE BOYZ’ wins breakdown:
|Music Bank (with 5302 points)||12/11/2021|
|Show! Music Core (with 7435 points)||13/11/2021|
|Inkigayo (with 5902 points|
*making this the group’s first win on Inkigayo
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Music Bank Plan to Bring Back Live Audiences
Since the rapid spread of the COVID 19 virus, K-Pop music shows have had to remove live audiences for the safety of the audience members and artists performing.
Nearly two years later, Music Bank has made headlines as the first music show reinstating live audiences. Currently hosted by Sunghoon (ENHYPEN) and Wonyoung (IVE), KBS Music Bank is one of the top music competitions in the Korean music industry.
- Before COVID, music show audiences were admitted on a first-come-first-served basis, meaning fans could avoid astronomic concert tickets.
- In addition to encouraging a good synergy between fans and artists, the live audience also enhanced music shows by creating energetic fan chants and electric atmospheres that made the programs more enjoyable for viewers at home.
In addition to Music Bank, KST has announced that they will allow live audiences for their other music programs like fan favorites such as Open Concert, Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook, and Immortal Song.
With strict safety measures in place, this transition reflects the gentle introduction of offline concerts for the schedules of groups like BTS, THE BOYZ, TWICE, and ONF, among countless others.
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