August 18, 2022

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aespa will hold the first offline fan meeting in Korea entitled ‘My Synk’

SM Entertainment’s girl group, AESPA, will be holding their first offline fan meeting in South Korea to greet their fans in person.

Quoting from the official twitter account aespa @aespa_official, on Friday (6/24/2022), the girl group aespa shared the official poster for their first fan meeting in Korea titled ‘My Synk’.

aespa will be greeting their fans in person for the first time since their debut in November 2020.

The ‘My Synk’ fan meeting is scheduled to be scheduled for July 30, 2022, at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium, at 18.00 KST (16.00 WIB).

Ticket purchases for the ‘My Synk’ fan meeting with AESPA will open on July 4, 2022 on the Yes24 website for fan club members, and general ticket reservations will open on July 6, 2022.

The ‘My Synk’ fan meeting in Korea is part of aespa’s global promotion which will soon release their second mini album titled ‘Girls’ on July 8, 2022.

aespa has also started their promotional activities by holding a showcase activity titled ‘SYNK’ which will be held in the United States and Japan.

Now aespa is busy preparing for their first showcase in the United States titled ‘SYNK in LA’ on June 26 and 27, 2022, at the YouTube Theater.

Previously aespa had also announced that they would hold their first showcase in Japan on August 6-7 in Yokohama.

Looks like AESPA is now starting to intensify their global promotional activities to celebrate the comeback album ‘Girls’.

Not only that, several b-side tracks from the album have also been released as pre-released singles, starting from the song ‘IlIusion’ which was released on June 1, 2022, and the single ‘Life’s Too Short’ which was officially released on June 24. 2022 yesterday along with the music video for the song.

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That was the latest news from AESPA, which plans to soon hold their first fan meeting in South Korea, titled ‘My Synk’. What do you think?