Mamamoo is a South Korean girl group that has 4 members in it Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa. The group made its debut on June 18, 2014, with their single “Mr. Ambiguous.” The group is going to hold its Asia Tour next year.
On November 16, Mamamoo released a schedule of the upcoming 2023 Asia tour titled “My Con.” After performing in Korea and Japan the group will head toward Hongkong, Taiwan, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Manila. The girl group Mamamoo will be performing in Hong Kong on January 7, Taiwan on January 14, Singapore on February 9, Kuala Lumpur on February 11, and Manila on February 12.
The program will start off with the performance of the group in Seoul for three nights from November 18 to 20. This will be followed up by the performance for two nights in Chiba from November 26 to 27.
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Here you can check out the Post of MAMAMOO announcing their 2023 Asia Tour Schedule.
Mamamoo is well known for its retro, jazz, and R&B concepts as well as its powerful vocal performances. By some critics, the girl group’s debut was considered one of the best k-pop debuts of 2014.
The term “Mamamoo” for the group represents a baby’s first chatter. Additionally, it means to approach in a primitive and instinctual manner, much like a baby. The group collaborated with several artists before their debut.
On January 8, 2014, their first collaboration with Bumkey, “Don’t Be Happy,” was made available. On February 11, 2014, K. Will and Wheesung released “Peppermint Chocolate,” their second joint project. In its first week, “Peppermint Chocolate” debuted at number 11 on the Gaon Digital Chart.
On the M Countdown broadcast from June 19, the group made their debut live. Mamamoo’s debut original soundtrack entry, “Love Lane,” for the Korean drama Marriage, Not Dating was published in July 2014.
According to Gaon’s year-end rankings, Mamamoo had the tenth-highest digital sales among idol girl groups by the end of 2014, 19th-best album sales, and eleventh-best overall sales.
Since making their debut in 2014, Mamamoo has won five Mnet Asian Music Awards, five Asia Artist Awards, four Golden Disc Awards, four Seoul Music Awards, and five The Fact Music Awards.