Five songs we want to hear at Manila concert of K-pop boy band Winner

by Nikko Tuazon
Oct 29, 2018
YG Entertainment's four-member idol group Winner—(L-R) composed of Jinu, Mino, Seunghoon, and Seungyoon—will perform its chart-topping hits at its  Everywhere Tour 2018 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on November 10.

Another K-pop group is set to rock the Manila concert scene!

YG Entertainment's four-member boyband Winner will perform its chart-topping hits at its Everywhere Tour 2018 concert at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on November 10.

Composed of Kim Jin-woo, Lee Seung-hoon, Song Min-ho, and Kang Seung-yoon, the South Korean boy group was formed via the survival show WIN: Who is Next that aired on MNET channel from August to October 2013.

Nam Tae-hyun used to be a member of Winner but he left the group in November 2016.

Filipino Inner Circle members, the boy band's fan club name, are already gearing up for the boy band's first concert in the Philippines by preparing light sticks, fan chants, and even banners.

Before their concert, here's a refresher of the songs that we hope that the band will perform live at its Manila concert:

EMPTY

"Empty" is Winner's debut single from its first full-length studio album 2014 S/S which charted at No. 1 on the Billboard World Albums Charts.

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The song achieved an "all-kill" in South Korean music sites real-time charts topping the list from Genie, MNET, MelOn, Olleh, Bugs, Naver, and Gaon Chart.


REALLY REALLY

"Really Really," from the album Fate Number For, is the band's biggest hit so far. The song peaked at the top spot of South Korean music charts since its release in April 2017.

The song is also the lone record-holder of 100 million "chart-in" streams in 2017, which means that it never left Gaon music chart's Top 100 songs since its release.

The song's music video also has the most number of views on YouTube with 98 million, at press time.


Sentimental

"Sentimental" is the boy band's comeback single in 2016 which is part of its first extended play album EXIT : E. The song peaked at the top spot of several South Korean music charts including Melon, Naver Music, Genie, Olleh, and Bugs.

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It also ranked No. 1 on iTunes music charts in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines.


ISLAND

Following the success of "Really Really," Winner released the song "Island" along with "Love Me Love Me" from its comeback single album Our Twenty For. "Island" is one of its most viewed videos on its YouTube channel, with over 27.5 million hits, as of writing.


EVERYDAY

"Everyday" is the group's single from its second studio album EVERYD4Y. The album peaked at No. 1 in Gaon's album charts, while the single ranked second in digital charts.


Tickets for Winner's Manila concert are still available and the prices are as follows:

  • VIP Seated - PHP12,500 (Include raffle for soundcheck or signed poster)
  • Standing A, B, C, D, E, F - PHP10,000
  • Lower Box A - PHP7,500
  • Lower Box B - PHP5,500
  • Lower Box C - PHP3,500
  • Lower Box Limited - PHP2,500
  • Upper Box A - PHP2,000
  • Upper Box B - PHP1,500

Pulp Royalty packages are also for sale at P15,000. Check out the package inclusions below:

  • VIP soundcheck: 1 VIP Standing Ticket, soundcheck pass, souvenir VIP laminated pass, lanyard, souvenir card, official poster, and priority queuing
  • VIP send-off: 1 VIP Standing Ticket, soundcheck pass, souvenir VIP laminated pass, lanyard, souvenir card, official poster, and priority queuing

WINNER's Manila leg is made possible by YG Entertainment, Live Nation Korea, PLDT Home Wifi, and PULP Live World.

For more details about the concert, visit Pulp Live's official website.

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YG Entertainment's four-member idol group Winner—(L-R) composed of Jinu, Mino, Seunghoon, and Seungyoon—will perform its chart-topping hits at its  Everywhere Tour 2018 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on November 10.
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