Source Music, the band’s agency, said on Twitter that Le Sserafim will cover seven cities -- Seoul, Nagoya, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Jakarta, and Bangkok. The group's first world tour titled "Flame Rises" will end in Bangkok on October 8. Prior to its Tokyo concert in August, the sister band of BTS will roll out the Japanese version of "Unforgiven," a Korean language-based album released in May. The music video for the album's title track gained more than 81 million views on YouTube.
Le Sserafim is a multinational group with two South Koreans, two Japanese, and one American. Its debut song Fearless entered the Billboard chart eight days after its release. As of June 28, the dance song's music video surpassed 159 million views. Le Sserafim has also collaborated with Moroccan-born artist ABIR for "Sour Grapes," a song in its debut album, to expand its overseas fanbase.
The group has worked as a five-member group since May 2022 when member Kim Ga-ram was embroiled in her alleged school bullying. Source Music terminated the contract with the troubled member in July 2022.
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