This concert marked the beginning of their global tour.

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Singer Hanbin - a member of Vietnamese origin (right) is happy to sing in his home country. Photo: Mai Nhat

The six members - Hanbin, Eunchan, Hyuk, Taerae, Lew, and Hyungseop - showcased their talents in singing and dancing before a crowd of 4,000 spectators.

The highlight of the show was their cover of "Chiec Khan Gio Am," a song Hanbin cherished during his school years. Hanbin suggested performing this song at the concert, which surprised many fans due to its release nearly 20 years ago and its status as a major hit in Vietnamese music.

Tempest had previously revealed their preparation of a Vietnamese song for the concert, emphasizing the challenge of the language. The members practiced diligently, with Hanbin coaching them on pronunciation, especially for the chorus and verses.

Hanbin expressed immense joy and emotion at performing in his home country. He was moved to tears, saying: "For Tempest, this concert is a gift, but for me, this is like a dream." He thanked the audience for their unwavering support and wished everyone continued happiness.

On their second visit to Vietnam, Tempest impressed fans with their friendly personalities and dedication. They interacted with the audience in Vietnamese, asking questions like "I love you guys so much," "Remember to eat well," and "Are you happy?" - prompting enthusiastic cheers from the crowd.

The group members shared their excitement about visiting Vietnam, enjoying the local cuisine, and sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City. They explored Ben Thanh market, sampled various fruits, and were particularly enamored with mangosteen. Hanbin humorously noted that he bought 2kg of mangosteen, which the group devoured in just 10 minutes.

During their previous visit to Vietnam, Tempest also fell in love with bun cha, consuming so much that they had to exercise rigorously upon returning to Korea to maintain their fitness.

The concert lasted over three hours, concluding late at night with Tempest performing 23 songs, including hits like "Vroom Vroom," "Dangerous," "Can't Stop Shining," "Taste The Feeling," "Dive," "Freak Show," and "Raise Me Up." They also covered two songs by Big Bang, delivering a show filled with impressive sound and light effects.

Through this concert, Tempest aimed to project a mature image, embodying the spirit of talented individuals constantly striving for improvement. They also plan to engage more with the Vietnamese market, exploring collaborations and producing music with cultural exchange elements.

Founded in March 2022 under Yuehua Entertainment, Tempest has achieved significant success, winning accolades at prestigious music awards such as the Genie Music Awards 2022, Asia Artist Award 2022, Seoul Music Awards 2023, and Hanteo Music Awards 2022.

Hanbin, whose real name is Ngo Ngoc Hung, was born in 1998 in Yen Bai province, Vietnam, and graduated with a major in Marketing from Hanoi University of Commerce. He gained attention in 2020 through the reality show I-Land by Big Hit Entertainment, the management company of BTS. Hanbin then joined Yuehua Entertainment as a trainee, debuting successfully with Tempest in March 2022.

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Tempest impressed with the cuisine when visiting Ho Chi Minh City.

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Hanbin burst into tears with emotion.

Tuan Chieu