Rising Korean pop girl group Lapillus surprised fans with a once-in-a-lifetime meet-and-greet at Kpop Kastle, their first in the United States.
“In late December, I made a tweet on Twitter that was like, ‘What artists would you like to see down here in Miami?’” says Michelle Kanaz, a K-pop lover. “Lapillus was one of the artists that was requested hundreds of times in that tweet.”
The group members shared their love and appreciation for their fans known as “Lapis,” who traveled varying distances to see them.
Those who attended had the opportunity to purchase signed albums, take photos with the group and engage in a Q&A session. Many hope the local Davie store will host more events like this in the future.
Cindy Claros is a senior majoring in Digital Media/Broadcasting Journalism. After graduation, she hopes to work in the entertainment industry and for shows such as "Good Morning America" and "The Real" or start her podcast.
Alessandra Henriquez is a junior at Florida International University pursuing a double Bachelor’s in Digital Art and Digital Communications + Media with a certificate in Asian Studies. As someone with a multicultural background and a love for storytelling, Alessandra hopes to combine her skills with her experiences to produce multimedia content people will enjoy no matter where they are from. She is proficient in both English and Spanish, and as an aspiring polyglot, is currently learning Mandarin and Korean.