April 10 2022 wraps up the last day of TREASURE’s first concert. TREASURE held their first concert, ‘TRACE’ for two days from 9-10 April 2022.
The concert was held both offline and online through the Weverse application for fans to enjoy. The venue was held in the Olympic Park Olympic Hall, Seoul – both at 5 PM (KST).
Here are the highlights of the concert!
Haruto and his Platinum White Hair
Fans were ultimately shocked by a pleasant surprise during the concert. Haruto’s first appearance was marked by his new platinum white hair, which was previously ash gray. Fans were mentioning how he resembled a prince and were gushing over the new look on Twitter.
i’ll never forget 220409 haruto ????✨ pic.twitter.com/I4EcmwYvMv
— haruto gallery (@harutogallery_) April 9, 2022
‘DARARI’ Performance Stage
‘DARARI’, one of the b-sides from The Second Step: Chapter One finally has its own stage performance with full choreography. Although not the title track of the new album, ‘DARARI’ became a huge hit and became a trending sound on TikTok.
— yura ???? しあわせ ???? asahi (@jiwonraniel) April 9, 2022
‘Really, Really’ Cover Performance
Junkyu, Jeongwoo, Haruto, and Yoshi formed a unit that performed a cover of the song ‘Really, Really’ by fellow YG Entertainment group, WINNER. This cover showcased their mature side with a cool performance with backup dancers.
TREASURE – really really cover[unit : junkyu, jeongwoo,haruto, yoshi]
(part 1) pic.twitter.com/Mh5zO2SxF5
— (slow) (@weversetrsr) April 10, 2022
“It’s just the beginning for TREASURE now, so just like today, walk with us. We love you”
— YEDAM NATION (@YedamNation) April 10, 2022
The TREASURE members got emotional and even shed tears, as it was their first official offline concert with fans that were cheering them on in the venue. TREASURE leaders – Hyunsuk and Jihoon – couldn’t resist their tears and were comforted by the other members.
Fans can still have the opportunity to see TREASURE as they’ll continue their tour in Japan at the end of the year around November-December at Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center.