2NE1’s Dara Reveals Toned Abs at “All or Nothing” World Tour
2NE1’s Sandara Park surprised concert-goers at the girl group’s first “All or Nothing” World Tour concert on March 1 by revealing a set of perfect abs.
2NE1 kicked off their “All or Nothing” World Tour on March 1 at Seoul’s Olympic Park SK Handball Stadium. They held a second concert on March 2, which was attended by 6000 people, similar to the previous day’s concert.
The group performed new songs from their second studio album “Crush,” released earlier on February 27, for the first time. Fans and the 2NE1 members alike had been waiting for this for a long time.
The 2NE1 members appeared on the stage wearing powerful black and gold outfits, delivering a dynamic performance of “Crush,” which set the crowd on fire. This was followed by a performance of their debut hit track, “Fire.”
Of special note was Sandara Park’s outfit during “Crush” and “Fire.” She had on gold pants, and a short cropped top under her black and gold jacket, which revealed her midriff section.
Sandara Park caught the attention of concert-goers with her perfect abs, slightly deviating from her cute image. Of course, she did not stray too far, bringing back her uniquely cute charm during the rest of the concert.
She commented on the group’s new album later on during the concert, “Although it took a long time, it’s an album that I’m personally very satisfied with.”
2NE1 will continue their “All or Nothing” World Tour with concerts in China, Japan and other Asian countries, holding 15 concerts in 12 cities, and a total of 9 countries. The tour is being directed by Travis Payne and Stacy Walker, who also worked with them on their first world tour.
The new album’s two title tracks, “Come Back Home” and “Gotta Be You,” shot to the top of Korea’s charts right after the album’s release, and continues to rank in the top 100 on the iTunes Top Album Charts in more than 20 countries.
2NE1 is expected to release the music video for “Come Back Home” on March 3, and their album will be available offline on March 7.