iKON Detonates Burning Stages In “2018 CONTINUE TOUR in Kuala Lumpur”

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Truly iconic!

Malawati Indoor Stadium in Kuala Lumpur was ablazed when iKON visited local fans for its 2018 CONTINUE TOUR in Malaysia on October 13.

B.I, Bobby, Jinhwan, Ju-ne, Yunhyeong, Donghyuk and Chanwoo brought the house down with performances of their hit tracks, while Malaysian iKONICS sang along in an intoxicating melody that enveloped the massive venue.



Hitting their classic favorites such as “BLING BLING”, “Perfect”, “My Type”, “Love Scenario”, “Killing Me”, and “Freedom”, one after another, the crowd could not ask for more with an amazing night with their favorite idols.

To return the responsiveness of the attendees, iKON fired up five songs for its encore stage. During the group’s stage for their song “Goodbye Road”, Chanwoo said that although the song meant “farewell”, his earnest wish is for his group and Malaysian iKONICS to walk on a “flower path” ahead in the future.

Local fans also sang to celebrate the upcoming birthday of BI on October 22. Impressed by the thoughtful birthday greeting, BI expressed gratitude to the fans before joining the team to snap a group picture with the audience.

Receiving immense love from global fans, iKON is currently swinging by Asian cities for its 2018 CONTINUE TOUR including two stops in Bangkok on October 19 and 20 before the boys fly to Sydney and Melbourne for their concerts on October 25 and 27 respectively.

They will head to Southeast Asia in November for the Singapore leg of their tour, then will proceed to the Philippines for yet another weekend double-header with WINNER.

READ: iKON To Bring “2018 CONTINUE TOUR” To 8 Asian Cities In August

In related news, iKON’s latest track, “Goodbye Road” topped iTunes charts in 25 countries as soon as it was released. The music video of the same track also amassed impressive scores, topping China’s QQ K-pop Music Video chart as well as Japan iTunes music video chart.

iKON also performed in the closing ceremony of the recent 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia.

All photos retrieved from JYP Entertainment/iMBC