IU’s craving to coordinate a more comfortable and more restricted size show was fulfilled

IU’s craving to coordinate a more comfortable and more restricted size show was fulfilled in her iu third autonomous Korean show course of action, “Just One Step… That Much More”.

The show course of action happened in excess of eight nights from May 22 to June 1 at Sogang University’s Mary Hall, which had a restriction of 450 individuals. Passes to all of the eight shows were sold out inside 10 minutes of conveyance on May 7, 2014.

As well as playing the support curiously before a crowd of people, IU played out all of the seven tunes from A Flower Bookmark among various new approaches of her earlier songs.[145] Guest acts included Kim Jong-hyun, Jung Yong-hwa, Hwang Kwanghee, Kim Bum-soo, Lim Seul-ong, Jo Jung-suk, Ha Dong-kyun and Akdong Musician.[147] Profits delivered utilizing the shows were given to the overcomers of the Sewol Ferry Disaster.

Two months after her exhibition shows completed, IU made her show execution in the United States at the KCON show held in Los Angeles on August 9–10.

IU was the singular female exhibit to perform on the fundamental day of KCON and for the event, she worked out “The Red Shoes”, “You and I”, “Friday” and “You Know”. In their review, Los Angeles Times accepted that IU had a “energetic stage presence, and as a free female craftsman, she’s breaking the molds for K-pop stardom.”

The 2014 KCON event was gone to by around 42,000 individuals. IU conveyed her anxiety performing at the event in her gathering with Billboard: “I for the most part get restless when I’m performing at worldwide shows… I think I need to peruse English for the accompanying visit to the U.S. It’s smothering not having the alternative to talk with fans.

 

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