Korean pop group Aegyo Generation kicked off their world tour in Seoul, South Korea last night to a crowd of over 400,000 fans. This first show kicks off their four-leg Dae-bak stadium tour, consisting of over 210 shows and boasting the world's first neon animatronic zoo, complete with an 80-foot robotic crystal giraffe.
Aegyo Generation has been on fire this year with their hit "Go Getcha Boy," which has topped the non-AI music charts for 14 straight weeks. The song's holovideo hit five billion views last week, and the "Go Getcha" dance continues to be a craze on virtual media channels.
The tour is expected to take at least three years to complete and will culminate in the group's first concert movie, a 4D interactive experience which the band says will "revolutionize the way concerts are watched in the home." Tickets for the 72-city first leg of the Dae-bak tour go on sale Monday via their website.
One setback for the group and their tour: continued instability in and around the Mediterranean Sea has led to postponed tour dates in Malta, Cyprus, and Corfu.
Aegyo Generation kicks off their record-breaking world tour in Seoul.