B1A4’s Road Trip to Manila 2014 was proven to be one heck of a fun ride! To capture every moment, I’ve used my phone camera (except on the intro), but actually this also served as my first trial of what the advertised 41MP Nokia Lumia phone can do.
Unlike my previous TVXQ fancam before, I’ve learned my lesson. Although, please forgive my shakyness. That’s just my hand.
One more thing, you can download and re-upload the fancams on your own channel. I didn’t used Youtube on these babies ‘cos… they always prompt me that the video contains copyrighted music. O_O~
Just don’t forget to link back to this page for attribution.
I don’t know all B1A4 songs except for the famous ones like Baby Goodnight and Solo Day. Maybe hardcore BANAs can name the songs in the comments section?
Part 1: (shot with Canon 600D and compressed according to Dailymotion’s limit)
During “Chu, Chu, Chu” a random fan was called through a manager’s mobile phone by Sandeul to come up to the stage. Judging ate’s behavior, she was very behaved as a fan even though the boys are offering her to hug them or to “kiss” them. However, if that was Shim Changmin, I would probably latch on that lad’s leg while chanting ‘suri suri masuri susuri saba’ for more than an hour, or until Yunho, Beat Burger dancers, managers, and the rest of the staff would rent the “jaws of life” and collectively tug me away from THE Shim!
This is the part where everything gets messed-up. You see, I’ve scattered my links through Vimeo and Dailymotion and completely forgot where I placed them at the first place. In part 12 and 13, B1A4 is wearing white suits, which must be one of the first or second sets of the concert.
When idol groups come visit the Philippines, usually what they’ll play are canned mp3’s of their songs. As if the promoters invited them in short notice. Rarely would these group would make the effort and bring their own band. So far, the idol groups that I’ve seen dancing in the tune of their own band is BIGBANG, Infinite, and this – B1A4! Not only did B1A4’s songs sounded nicer in live but it introduced a different flavor in their music besides bubblegum.
Now that I think of it, B1A4 materials are plastered in the billboards of Bangkok and Tower Records of Osaka, but I’ve never seen a tint of appreciation for the band elsewhere even in their motherland. With so many talented idol groups debuting in Korea almost every week, it is a shame that many talented idol groups are still under-appreciated or underrated even though they’ve been in the industry for quite some time now.
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