From flash mobs to shopping mall pop-up performances - here are the top 5 Asian pop guerrilla gigs!
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5 Nov 2013 - 6:26 PM  UPDATED 8 Nov 2013 - 3:26 PM

Crayon Pop (크레용팝) are running around the country at the moment performing a number of spot performances on the streets of Australia - want to go and see them?  And Jamaica dela Cruz?

Friday Nov 8th, 12.30pm at Event Cinemas, George Street Sydney. Watch the video!

Saturday Nov 9th, 2pm at Westfield Chatswood

In honour of Crayon Pop's forthcoming performances, we thought we would take a look back at the few guerrilla gigs that other Asian pop acts have put themselves through over the years (in the face of screaming fangirls & fanboys).

Here are our top 5 Asian pop Guerrilla performances...

B1A4 - "Beautiful Target" at Guerrilla concert in 2012

It looks so cold! I would be dancing with them just to warm up.

Wonder Girls appeared on KBS Entertainment Weekly Show and one segment included a “Guerilla date” where the girls performed “Be My Baby”.

They also performed their "flash mob" style MV "Like This" IRL in a public mall in Korea

Kim Hyun Joong rocked a local park in Nagoya, Japan with a dance version of his single “Let’s Party”.

And who could forget AKB48's community gathering effort. OK so this does look kinda like it was all pre-planned... But not many groups can say they started a parade can they?

Drop any more of your favourites or ones you've shot yourself in the comments.