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Hello! My friend and I will be in Korea during the same time 2PM will have their Seoul Concert in June. I've been keeping up with when the concert tickets will be available for purchase (we can not apart of the fan club unfortunately). I thought we could purchase them starting May 14 from Interpark. But I don't understand why I can't purchase any tickets do you know why this is? and what is "Tickets available from May14th are the remaining tickets from Fan Club pre-sale. Please take note."? thx
“Tickets available from May14th are the remaining tickets from Fan Club pre-sale. Please take note.”
Hottest Fanclub members had a separate ticketing prior to the general ticketing. So whatever the tickets that were left for the general ticketing, were the ones that weren’t bought by the Hottest fanclub members.
The general ticketing was opened on May 14th, 8PM Korean Time. You can’t buy any tickets because within less than 5 min tickets for both days were sold out. The next day a few tickets were cancelled and those fans who didn’t get tickets on May 14th, grabbed them immediately.
There is even a lot of Korean fans who didn’t get the tickets. They didn’t expect that. The thing is that quite a few Japanese travel agencies hired Korean proxies to buy the tickets, so that they could offer them as travel deal, so the fight for 2PM concert tickets was crazy.
Either way, the answer is that you cannot buy the tickets because they are sold out.
I think that there could still be a few tickets cancelled on the day of the concert, but that’s a very big bet with slim chances to pull through.
i see some hottests tweet chan-time or woo-time. what does it actually mean? does each member have a specific "time"? thanks :)
If you were granted 3 wishes from goldfish, what do you want?
Ahhhh… It’s the kind of why-you-like-Wooyoung question…
Hmm… I don’t really know. I guess I would wish for something I cannot do myself, something that’s beyond my capabilities, but as of now, I don’t think there’s anything. As far as money and comfort and dreams are concerned, I’m sure if I had enough will, I could work towards it. The same for happy family, I don’t think I can ask a goldfish for that, because I have to work towards it too… The same as I can’t ask for the world to be cleaned of dumb people. That also wouldn’t be fair lol.
I guess if I were to ask for anything, I would wish for my parents to be always healthy.
Why does it suddenly make me think of this old Soviet cartoon…
What would your reaction be if one of the boy started dating in public? especially wooyoung..
I think my first reaction would be: … For real?
Not that I mind them dating. I’m pretty sure they date even now, it’s just that it would be hard to keep the relationship public. I wouldn’t be sad or angry or disappointed, that’s not the point. I just think that it’s better to avoid publicity for their own mental health and for their own relationship.
The problem is that when you’re in love you want to scream it to an entire world, and their job/position does not allow them to, so it’s kind of frustrating.
Can u tell me the religions of 2pm members?
Jun. K, Nichkhun, Wooyoung, Chansung - Buddhism
Taecyeon, Junho - Christianity
Do you know why the "Grown" album is not yet on the Soribada?
There are some issues with the copyrights.
It always curious me - how it is with army in general? I know that there is age limit, when you have to serve in military. But is it the age till when man must start his service or he must end his training? Maybe you know
As all (healthy) South Korean men need to enlist into army, they have to do it sooner or later. Voluntary enlistment starts at the age of 18. That is, you can enlist as soon as you become of age. Compulsory enlistment takes place at the age of 20. That is why a lot of Korean boys take academic leave after their 1st or 2nd year to enlist in the army. Actor Yoo Seung Ho turns 20 this year, so he enlisted in the army, although a lot of celebrities usually postpone enlistment because of their career. Some people think that he enlisted really soon, but he actually did it at the same age as the majority of Korean men do.
Until 2011 military recruitment was limited to those until 31 years of age, however, after a few reforms the age limit was extended until 36 years of age. So, if for some reason, you can’t enlist when you’re 20, you can do it until you’re 35 or so.
Thus, the age limit for Korean army recruitment is 18-35 years.