#Showbiz: NCT Dream, WayV, Kard and Alice to entertain K-Pop fans in KL on Jan 28

KUALA LUMPUR: Fans of K-Pop will be able to see popular groups NCT DREAM, WayV, KARD and ALICE in action during the Seen Festival at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil here on Jan 28.

The four K-Pop groups will be in town as part of the 2023 Seen Festival which is organised by CM Live.

Boy band NCT Dream made its debut under SM Entertainment in 2016 and is made up of Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung.

Releasing hit singles such as Chewing Gum and My First And Last, the music outfit made K-pop history when it became the youngest group to achieve million-seller status with its first full-length album, Hot Sauce.

Also from SM Entertainment is WayV, which stands for "We Are Your Vision".

The boy band won Best New Asian Artist at the Mnet Asian Music Awards after making its debut in 2019 with the digital single album The Vision.

Following an appearance at SMTown Live 2022 in August, WayV released its fourth mini album, Phantom, in December.

Co-ed K-Pop quartet Kard features each member representing a specific card from the deck with BM being the "King", J.seph the "Ace", Somin the "Black Joker" and Jiwoo the "Colour Joker".

The group made its debut in 2016 with the single Oh NaNa and subsequently made waves with Don't Recall, which gained huge popularity not only across Asia but also the Western world.

Also performing at the festival is the 7-member girl group Alice, which consists of Do-A, Yeonje, Yukyung, Sohee, Karin, EJ and Chaejeong who symbolise heart, wind, water, sky, forest, star and moon, respectively.

Alice made its debut in 2017 with the release of its first mini album We, First and is known for the hit singles Pow Pow, Summer Dream, Jackpot, Power Of Love and Dance On.

The 2023 Seen Festival in KL which is set to start at 6pm on Jan 28 will also feature a Seen Zone to give fans an even more memorable concert experience.

Stay tuned as ticketing and other information will be announced soon.

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