South Korean girl group APINK (에이핑크) recently made their much-anticipated comeback here in our country for the Lazada 11.11 Super Show event – joining in the extravagant line up of other big names such as Hujan, Ayda Jebat, K-Clique and Siti Nordiana.

For those who have missed the show which was aired live from PICC, Putrajaya on TV3 last night (Sunday, 10th November), no worries because we’ve got you covered on 5 fun things that managed to catch our attention during the girl group’s appearance at the concert.

1. Member Eunji taught fans a new slang

During the red carpet. the girl group was asked by the emcee, Natalie Hussein to teach her some Korean slangs. “In Korea, teenagers like to come out with shorter forms of long phrases by taking the first syllable of each word,” main vocalist Eunji (정은지) explained, before adding, “In this case, the term Cha Man Chu (차.만.추) is quite famous these days. It means to recommend someone to meet or date someone naturally, rather than going on blind dates.” 

2. Naeun was praised for her photogenic skills

During the session, fellow member Naeun (손나은) also received props for her skills in the photography. “Rather than posing on purpose, I often take many candid shots of myself, and I would pick one of the best,” said the Cheongdamdong-born starlet.

Now we know how the 25-year-old starlet look effortlessly stunning in most of her Instagram shots. Check out some of her breathtaking photos here:

 

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@wkorea @kaws #LoveyourW

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3. They received positive feedbacks for their modest choice of outfits

 

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eh, saya cinta kamu juga 🥰 dari malam tadi takleh move on, sampai terbawak masuk mimpi 🙈 #Inlove #KejapLagiGerakKoreaLa ❤️❤️🌹

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Appearing at the closing segment of the 4-hour long show, the 6 girls of APINK came up on stage all dressed in white. Their choice of clothing has received positive reviews from fans, throwing words of respects towards them for dressing appropriately as accustomed in our country.

Check out some of local fans’ reactions here:

4. They performed a toned down version of their choreography

Another interesting part that we want to point out is during the performance of “I’m So Sick” – taken from their 7th mini album. In this case, it was obvious that the members tried to portray a less seductive performance of the song in terms of the dance sequence.

As seen in the video above, the girls were seen reducing sexually suggestive choreographies like hip movements as well as chest popping dance that were heavily executed in the original choreography.

If you don’t believe us, you can compare the above clip with this performance of the same song at Mnet’s M! Countdown below:

5. The hall was filled with Pink Panda light sticks

If you watch this performance of “Luv”, you can tell that the majority of the crowd gathered at Bukit Jalil to watch APINK perform live in front of their eyes. As the cameras switch to the audience, you can see all the light sticks and banners everywhere in the hall.

Not only that, their live vocals have also wowed the crowd who were present at the event. Despite the massive line-up of popular local names as aforementioned above, it was clear that the girl group has also managed to mark their stable name here in Malaysia.

 

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You’re always the best. thank u malaysia panda💕#panda#malaysia#apink

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To be honest, we felt that the segment involving APINK was too short, though. Fingers crossed that they will come back here soon for another showcase or concert for Malaysian fans.

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Syahrul Ramadan
Graduated with a major in K-pop studies... (lol jk 😆)