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Oct 15, 2023 / 19:39

Photo gallery of South Korean idols for K-pop fans in Hanoi

Using modern technology, the exhibition brings together never-before-seen images of nine South Korean idol groups in an art installation space.

D'festa, the K-Pop exhibition, opened in Hanoi on October 14, featuring pictures from nine idol groups: BTS, Twice, TXT, NCT Dream, NCT 127, Stray Kids, Enhypen, Seventeen, and NU'EST.
This is the first time this exhibition model has been introduced in Vietnam, after its success in South Korea, Taiwan (China), and Japan.

  The exhibition is expected to be a magnet for young Vietnamese K-pop fans. Photo: The Hanoi Times

The exhibition consists of three main thematic areas.

Specifically, the movie presents music videos and exclusive performances by nine musical groups for D'festa. The 45-minute video delivers a vivid and emotional performance filmed with world-class XR technology and a first-rate 5.1 sound system.

The exhibition displays a collection of 480 photos and a giant wall of real autographs from members of nine top K-pop groups. According to the organizers, there are many never-before-seen photos of the music groups.

The most special highlight is the Experience, a virtual reality performance stage that gives the audience the feeling of meeting the singers directly.

The exhibition displays a huge photo gallery of South Korean singers. Photo: The Hanoi Times

Seo Young Man, representative of the organizing committee, said that D'festa will open up opportunities, facilitate cultural exchanges between Vietnam and South Korea, and create a vibrant and new space for young Vietnamese to experience the wave of K-pop music like never before.

"In previous years, D'Festa has attracted a large audience to visit, experience the K-Pop space, and meet idols through virtual reality technology. D'Festa has helped fans in many countries get closer to their idols in the most authentic way," said Seo Young Man.

Pham Phuong Mai, 19, came to the exhibition on the opening day to see the rarely-seen everyday moments of her idols. She said this exhibition has attracted many K-pop fans in other countries, and now she is very happy to have it in Hanoi.

The exhibition will last until November 30 at Vincom Mega Mall Times City.