Taiwanese-Korean singer Bii's concert draws fans from the region to Singapore

Elizabeth Tong
Entertainment Reporter
Taiwanese-Korean singer Bii performs at his first concert in Singapore (Photo: KKBOX)

About 2,000 fans from Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Japan gathered to see Taiwanese-Korean singer Bii perform at his first concert in Singapore at The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre on Saturday night (17 June).

During the two-hour concert, Bii had interactive game sessions with several lucky fans, who were chosen to go up on stage based on numbers that were stuck on the bottom of their chairs.

In a show of friendship and solidarity among BFs (what Bii’s fans are called), one fan gave up her ticket to another, who was seated among her friends holding an LED sign with Bii’s name on it.

The latter managed to charm the entire audience when the cameras focused on her in the crowd, with many calling out her number with the hopes that she would be picked.

Fans also sprang an early surprise birthday celebration for the singer, who turns 29 on 7 July, with a cake, a video montage of fans singing ‘happy birthday’, as well as a clip from Bii’s family in South Korea.

He performed a total of 17 songs, including hits such as “Love More”, “38”, “Be My Love” and “Come Back To Me”.

He also performed a brand new song from his upcoming album, titled “You’re Gone”. (Relive Bii’s concert with a playlist of his songs on KKBOX.)

This is Bii’s final overseas concert before his large-scale concert at the Taipei Arena in December. The singer also thanked his fans for their continued support, and said he hoped to return to the country for another performance in the future.

Bii takes a picture with fans at his first concert in Singapore (Photo: KKBOX)

Check out the video on his first concert in Singapore:

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