The members of Teen Top made sure they had their fill of Korean food before heading off to Russia for the European leg of their “2014 HIGH KICK World Tour.”
On April 10, Teen Top performed for many dedicated fans in Moscow, Russia. Despite the sub zero weather, fans patiently waited before they were let in the concert venue. Bystanders and pedestrians were able to witness the passion of many young fans as they sing Teen Top’s songs in Korean by memory while waving the South Korean flag during their wait outside the building. Industry insiders were surprised by the fans display of passion and affection since, despite the growing awareness of K-Pop in various countries, Russia didn’t have many K-Pop artists come to perform.
Teen Top members got to show different sides through different genres including dance, hip hop and ballad. Some of the members were able to show off their composition skills with self-composed songs and performed a few songs specially prepared for their European fans including Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Far East Movement’s “Like a G6.”
Teen Top is currently in the middle of its 20-city world tour, and will perform in Hungary on April 12 and France on April 13. If you haven’t already, be sure to also check out our recap of their NYC concert!