"Six boys ran with all their might, and it was all of you who made us special"
23 Jul 2018 - 9:16 AM  UPDATED 23 Jul 2018 - 9:23 AM

B.A.P performed in Seoul on July 22 for their B.A.P 2018 Live Limited in Seoul show, at the conclusion of which they gave tearful speeches about their contracts ending and future activities.

At the end of the show, which was their first Korean show in nine months, Youngjae began shedding tears as he thanked fans for coming to the final show of the tour. Himchan then said, "Actually, all six of us have contracts that end on different dates. That's where we are... in a way this might be the last concert we do together. I wasn't sure if I should say this today, and I was thinking of not saying it. We still have time left on our contracts, so you might be able to see us on stage again, but we think this will be our last concert as six".

Daehyun added that "nothing has been decided yet, but as of now, this is our last scheduled concert. But we're always ready to great you. So please don't be sad. If you cry..." but he was unable to finish his sentence.

Jongup said that "six boys ran with all their might, and it was all of you who made us special. I want to tell you that I'm always grateful. Please continue to make us even more special in the future".

Leader Bang Yongguk spoke at the end to say, "Don't cry. Never forget that BABYs are always a big source of energy for us. We are always working hard to show our best side, so please keep giving us your love".

There's no official word on when the members' contracts end.



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