20.7 C
New York
Thursday, September 21, 2023

Buy now

Le Seraphim Faces Mixed Reactions Over Lip-Syncing Incident at First Solo Tour Concert

K-pop enthusiasts were left divided after witnessing girl group Le Seraphim’s recent performance at their first solo tour concert, which took place at the Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul’s Songpa-gu on the 12th. The group, known for their captivating music and energetic choreography, dazzled the audience with hit tracks such as ‘Impurities,’ ‘UNFORGIVEN,’ and ‘Fire in the Belly.’ However, the concert was not without controversy, as some fans pointed out instances of lip-syncing during the show.

With ticket prices reaching up to 198,000 won for VIP seats and 154,000 won for regular seats, attendees had high expectations for a fully live performance. While many stages showcased Le Seraphim’s dynamic and awe-inspiring routines, there were moments when the members appeared to be lip-syncing, leading to disappointment among some fans.

One disgruntled fan expressed their frustration, stating, “I understand the demands of a hectic world tour schedule for idols, but is it justifiable to pay 150,000 won to essentially attend a talk session for over two hours?” The fan further questioned the legitimacy of the performance, noting, “How often do they need to take breaks from singing? Isn’t this more akin to a fan meeting rather than a concert?”

Comparisons were drawn to other idol concerts, where individual and cover stages often added variety and showcased the members’ talents. Unfortunately, Le Seraphim appeared to have omitted such segments from their show.

However, a contingent of fans stood by Le Seraphim, offering a different perspective. They contended that while there may have been instances of lip-syncing, the overall performance remained engaging and vibrant, emphasizing that other aspects of the show were indeed performed live.

The incident sparked diverse reactions across social media platforms, with some asserting that one instance of lip-syncing shouldn’t overshadow the entirety of the concert experience. Conversely, others questioned the appropriateness of incorporating breaks into a high-priced event.

Le Seraphim’s upcoming concerts in Nagoya, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Jakarta, and Bangkok have become points of interest, as fans anticipate whether the lip-syncing issue will persist or be rectified in subsequent shows. The group’s management has yet to comment on the matter.

As Le Seraphim prepares to take the stage once again at the Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium today (13th), the ongoing debate surrounding lip-syncing versus live performances continues to captivate fans and critics alike.

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stay Connected


Latest Articles