K-pop idol group ENHYPEN returned to Japan for their “Manifesto” world tour on Jan. 21 and 22, and held their first solo dome concert at Kyocera Dome Osaka.
They became the fastest post-2019 K-pop group to host their first solo dome concert, drawing about 80,000 fans who filled the venue over two sold-out nights.
In addition, fans around the world watched the concert in real time through live viewing, made available at 163 cinemas in South Korea and Japan on Jan. 21 (Day 1) and online live stream on Jan. 22 (Day 2).
ENHYPEN opened the three-hour show with “Given-Taken [Japanese Ver.]” and “Flicker.”
Their setlist also included the Japanese original singles “Always”, “Forget Me Not”, and “Make the change”, Japanese versions of “Given-Taken,” “Drunk-Dazed,” “Tamed-Dashed,” “Blessed-Cursed” and “Future Perfect (Pass the MIC)” as well as “One In A Billion,” the original soundtrack for the HYBE Original Story Webtoon “Dark Moon: The Blood Altar.”
As the show ended, ENHYPEN reflected on their first dome concert.
“We had two unforgettable nights here at Kyocera Dome. We would like to thank our ENGENEs for gifting us this special memory and also give ourselves a pat on the back for our efforts on stage. We would not have been able to make it here without our ENGENEs, and we promise to add your support to our music to carry it further across the world,” ENHYPEN said.
ENHYPEN will continue with their world tour, bringing the show to Bangkok (Impact Arena), Thailand on Jan. 28 and 29, and Manila (SM Mall of Asia Arena) in the Philippines on Feb. 3 to 5.