As many of you know, Speed‘s recent music videos for ‘It’s Over‘ and ‘Sad Promise’ were based on real events of the Gwangju massacre that happened in 1980 during President Chun Doo Hwan’s dictatorship. Now the group decided to visit the 5.18 National Cemetry in Gwangju to pay their respects.
Additionally, the group will be holding a special fansigning event in Gwangju on February 5th.
Core Contest Media revealed: ‘The Speed members will be holding the event with full support from the Gwangju citizens. They will then head towards the 5.18 National Cemetery, which appears in the music video, to pay their respects.’
It was revealed that over 1,000 fans have already applied to participate in the event, which is three times more than what the company was preparing for.
Article by Karolina & Alona
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