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Trending on Twitter, Fans are Asking for MAMAMOO`s Upcoming Concert to Be Postponed After Seeing the Dates


|  9 Nov, 2018

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Fans are feeling more worried than excited. 

MAMAMOO has just announced their exciting comeback plan with them about to drop their new release on November 29th. Following the comeback date, what took fans by a huge surprise is the concert that was announced to be happening in just 2 weeks after the comeback date on December 15th and 16th. 

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Even though it's common for idols to have a concert followed by a comeback or vice-versa, MAMAMOO fans are concerned about their health because of the injuries the members have and believed to not have the time to fully heal yet. Fans trended the hashtag '#rbw_콘서트_연기해' which translates into "#rbw(MAMAMOO's management company)_Concert_PostponeIt' on Twitter and have gathered over 40,000 tweets. 

Image Source: Twitter 

To see how hectic their schedule was, fans compiled the number of releases and concerts the girls did since just June. Solar's solo in May, Solar's solo concert in June, 'RED MOON' album in July, 4 Season Spring Summer concert in August that followed with their tour in their countries and within 4 months of their last release is another album at the end of November, to be followed by a concert in December. 

Another thing fans don't understand was that why would they do an F/W(Fall/Winter) concert when a winter album is not even being released yet. Fans are saying that they can wait, it's okay to postpone to next year and asking for the management to give the girls the rest they need to heal. 

What do you think?

Source: [Youtube] 1theK (원더케이)

Thumbnail Credit: Twitter 'mamamoo_japan'

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