First-ever exhibition on K-pop stars held in Hanoi
PSNews - "D'festa" - the largest K-pop exhibition debuted in Hanoi in October has brought together never-before-seen images of nine idol groups from the Republic of Korea (RoK) in an art installation space.
The exhibition aimed to connect cultural exchanges between Vietnam and the RoK. In addition, spectators of Korean culture, art, cinema, and music can comfortably view images of their favorite singers, artists, and actors for the first time in Vietnam.
Under art installation platform, the exhibition presented music videos and exclusive performances by nine idol groups such as BTS, Twice, TXT, NCT Dream, NCT 127, Straykids, Enhypen, Seventeen, and Nu’est.
The exhibition was divided into 2 areas, in which the Exhibition area displayed a collection of 480 photos and a giant wall of real autographs from members of nine K-Pop groups have been put on display.
Meanwhile, the Experience area provided a virtual reality performance stage, offering the audience the feeling of meeting the singers directly.
It is known that D'festa is part of activities to mark the 10th anniversary of Dispatch, the leading prestigious electronic newspaper of the entertainment industry, as well as highlighting the lives of famous Korean artists.
This marks the first time that this exhibition model has been introduced in Vietnam, following its successful tour in the RoK, Taiwan (China), and Japan.