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    Korea Times article about the Seoul concert

    Post by Gianna S. on Mon 28 Jan 2008, 5:24 pm

    Source: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/art/2008/01/143_17992.html



    01-27-2008 16:53

    Backstreet Boys Coming to Korea

    By Cathy Rose A. Garcia
    Staff Reporter

    In the mid-1990s, there was no bigger pop group in the world than the Backstreet Boys. The heartthrobs ruled the airwaves with their sappy ballads and smooth dance moves. Teenage girls swooned over them, as they earnestly sang ``Quit Playing Games With My Heart," and ``As Long As You Love Me."

    Like most boy bands, the Backstreet Boys had some problems transitioning from being cute teenage heartthrobs to mature adults. But
    the group has successfully moved on to a more pop-rock and R&B sound, as seen in their seventh album ``Unbreakable."

    Definitely no longer boys, the Backstreet Boys will show their mature side in concert, March 8 at the Olympic Fencing Gymnasium, Olympic Park. They are returning to Seoul after a successful concert in 2006.

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    Their latest album ``Unbreakable," released October 2007, received generally good reviews from critics. To promote the album, the group is embarking on the ``Unbreakable" world tour next month, with several concert dates in Asia and Australia.

    Tickets for the Seoul concert will be available starting Jan. 29. The VIP tickets are 165,000. Other tickets range from 55,000 won to 132,000 won. Visit ticket.interpark.com.


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    Re: Korea Times article about the Seoul concert

    Post by mushy's_Bi&Saved on Mon 28 Jan 2008, 7:11 pm

    Thanx for posting G

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