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JUST B CONCLUDES THEIR DEBUT NORTH & SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR IN LA WITH A SHOW STOPPER 

WRITTEN BY : GLENALYN ANN FOR HALSUG

Prior to the show, HALSUG was able to sit down with JUST B and have them answer a few questions:

 

Preceding the last stop of their North and South American tour in Los Angeles, the South Korean K-Pop boy group JUST B reminisced over their favorite moments from the 2024 Just Be With You tour. As they mentioned how this tour heavily emphasized on creating a new, refreshed sound and experience for fans, the six-member team also shared insight into how they came up with their highly anticipated solo stages. Leader LIM JIMIN expressed that the group wanted their solo stages to be interesting and enjoyable for both the members and fans. When selecting songs for each member’s performance, they ensured each individual’s strengths were spotlighted while being simultaneously fitted in their unique styles. 

 

Reflecting on the closure of the eleven-stop tour, DY mentioned how performing on stage and meeting their fans was a true highlight. JIMIN and GEONU also expressed that some of their favorite songs to perform on this tour were “DOMINO” since it is a song fans always enjoy — one they get very energetic and excited for — as well as their unreleased song, “Daddy’s Girl”. They also revealed to us that even though this tour was a bit tiresome to travel, it has been a blessing to see their fans and has inspired the members to work harder for their next tour. The members hope that people will keep an eye out for a fruitful 2024 filled with goals they are determined to accomplish.

PHOTO CREDIT: GLENALYN ANN

CONCERT RECAP:

With their 'Just Be With You' tour coming to a close, fans eagerly waited for the fourth generation K-Pop idols JUST B to hit the stage at the Vermont Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA. JUST B, composed of members LIM JIMIN, GEONU, BAIN, JM, DY, and SANGWOO, started the night strong with performances of their songs, “Get Away” and “Make It New.” As the fans’ excitement filled the room, you could see the energy motivate the members to give it their all, as they entered into their next songs, “RE=LOAD” and “TRY.” One by one, the cheers grew even louder as the members continued by gifting fans with small performances to popular K-Pop songs like (G)I-DLE’s “Super Lady,” LE SSERAFIM’s “EASY,” and Taemin’s “GUILTY.” They closed out the first half of the night with their debut title track, “DAMAGE.”

PHOTO CREDIT: GLENALYN ANN

After a quick break, DY kicked off their solo stages with a dance performance to Shawn Mendes’ “Wonder,” which showcased his flexibility as a dancer. Soon LIM JIMIN took over the stage with his dance cover of DPR IAN’s “Don’t Go Insane,” which made fans cheer over his charisma. To close off the solo performances, BAIN came out to perform a rendition of Sam Smith’s “Unholy” that left fans animate with excitement. 

PHOTO CREDIT: GLENALYN ANN

Once all the members returned to the stage, they performed a refreshing cover of One Direction’s “Perfect” and an acoustic version of their song, “Coming Home.” The members expressed to their fans how exhilirated they were to be back in LA for their own show and exhibit different sides of JUST B fans may not have seen before. Furthermore, they mentioned how happy they were to see their fans in a new light and were forever grateful for the love and support they continue to give them. JUST B soon closed out the night performing songs like “Lights On” and “Me= (NANEUN),” an unreleased song titled “Daddy’s Girl,” and “MEDUSA” from their latest comeback. 

 

After the members left the stage, fans continued to cheered at the top of their lungs, adamant for an encore stage — coming from backstage, the members asked fans if they were fervent for more. And soon enough an encore followed. JUST B appeared one last time to perform a few more songs including their fan favorite, “YOUTH,” which had fans singing along, drawing beaming smiles on the members. As JUST B waved goodbye to their fans, they left the stage to thunderous applause, marking a perfect conclusion to their remarkable performance in Los Angeles. Yet as the cheers died down, a surprise awaited fans as a teaser for their 2024 WORLD TOUR was announced.

PHOTO CREDIT: GLENALYN ANN

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