The K-Pop craze is stronger than ever in the Philippines and Globe continues to provide the best immersive entertainment experiences.
This September, Globe is set to offer another unforgettable K-Pop event by partnering up again with PULP Live World in bringing Wanna One for Wanna One World Tour <One: The World> in Manila at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
Get ready for a night filled with catchy tunes and out-of-this-world performances from Kang Daniel, Park Jihoon, Lee Daehwi, Kim Jaehwan, Ong Seongwoo, Park Woojin, Lai Guanlin, Yoon Jisung, Hwang Minhyun, Bae Jinyoung, and Ha Sungwoon.
<One: The World> in Manila is the last leg of their monumental world tour.
After capturing the hearts of fans worldwide in the hit reality TV show Produce 101, Wanna One has garnered chart-topping hits, record-breaking albums, and sold-out world tours. The group debuted at the sold-out Wanna One Premier Show-Con at the massive Gocheok Sky Dome.
Its repackaged album 1-1=0 (Nothing Without You) turned the rookie group into million sellers within 101 days after making its debut. Wanna One is contracted to perform as a group until the end of 2018, after which it disbands and the members go back to their “mother” companies.
Want to fuel your love for all things Korean? Globe has got you covered on that as well. Register to GoWATCH and watch all your favorite K-dramas on Viu. For only P29, get 2GB worth of 5-hour video streaming for one day. Aside from Viu, GoWATCH also lets you watch your favorite shows, movies, and videos on Netflix, HOOQ, Tribe, YouTube, NBA, Cartoon Network, FOX+, and DisneyLife.
Elevate your Korean entertainment experience with Globe Prepaid. Stay updated on the latest news and promos by visiting the website at go.globe.com.ph/GlobeKPop or following Globe on Facebook and Twitter.
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