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GFRIEND announces their Asian tour, to embark on eight cities starting May

Stops include Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Manila and Taipei

GFRIEND is coming back again on the usual Asian cities to embark their 2019 Asian tour. With cities including Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Manila and Taipei, and many more, the group is set to tour around Asia starting this May.

Ticket prices and details aside from venue information isn’t available as of press writing.

Stay tuned on HallyuLife for more details!

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