ENHYPEN bid farewell to Osaka after concert, thank ENGENEs

ENHYPEN concluded the Osaka leg of their second world tour Fate, which featured performances of their biggest hits and dancing Pikachus. The two-day concert took place at the Kyocera Dome in front of a sold-out crowd. The boys performed songs from their various EPs and studio albums, including their Japanese release Sadame.

Members Heeseung, Jay, Jake, Sunghoon, Sunoo, Jungwon, and Ni-ki were in their element throughout the show. Besides delivering their signature choreographed dance moves, they also interacted with the crowd and gave ENGENEs many moments to remember.

ENHYPEN thank their fans

ENHYPEN in Osaka

Official ENHYPEN accounts on X (formerly Twitter) shared several images from the two nights, showing both the crowd and the boys after the show.

Several ENHYPEN members also took to X to deliver personal messages to ENGENEs who had come to watch them perform. Sunoo wrote: “I was so happy today!”, while Jungwon wrote: “I really enjoyed the two days! It’s ENGENE after all! Thank you Osaka City, I love you so much!” Meanwhile, Jake delivered a simple: “Osaka Aishiteru (I love you)!”

Pokemon x ENHYPEN

Their performances in Japan were highly-anticipated, with numerous promotion activities for fans of the group. This included a collaboration with video game franchise Pokemon, producing the single One and Only.

ENHYPEN performed the song during their Osaka concerts, accompanied by a group of dancing Pikachus. Fans were delighted by the adorable sight of the boys interacting with the cuddly mascots.

A special Pokemon x ENHYPEN exhibition was also set up days earlier at the Shibuya 109 department store in Tokyo. ENGENEs could pose with pictures of the boys and several Pokemon dolls, as a way to build up hype for the group’s upcoming performances.

ENHYPEN’s second world tour Fate continues with two nights in Tokyo from Sept 13-14, followed by performances in six US cities throughout October.

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