NCT127, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, and LE SSERAFIM will perform a special stage at 'Gayo Daejeon'
NCT127, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, and LE SSERAFIM will perform a special stage at 'Gayo Daejeon'
'2023 SBS Gayo Daejeon' NCT 127, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, and LE SSERAFIM announced a spectacular special stage that will brighten up Christmas.

The '2023 SBS Gayo Daejeon', which will be broadcast live from the Inspire Arena in Yeongjongdo on the 25th, will feature not only the stages of K-pop artists who shone this year, but also a special stage that cannot be seen anywhere else. Previously, the news that Tomorrow 127, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, and LE SSERAFIM also announced special stages.

NCT 127 and Stray Kids, who have become global trends, will stage a stage with a message of comfort and love for people who are tired and struggling due to various issues this year under the theme of 'LOVE & PEACE'. In addition, representative 4th generation girl groups (G)I-DLE and LE SSERAFIM will perform a special collaboration stage under the theme of 'I AM Fearless', which is linked to the title of their debut album. Attention is focused on what kind of stage they will complete.

The theme of this '2023 SBS Gayo Daejeon' is 'SWITCH ON', and SHINee's Key, Tomorrow by Together's Yeonjun, and Ive's An Yu-jin will serve as MCs. The lineup includes TVXQ, SHINee, NCT 127, NCT DREAM, The Boyz, Fromis 9, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, ATEEZ, ITZY, Tomorrow by Together, Cravity, STAYC, Aespa, Enhypen, Ive, N. A total of 25 teams were named, including Mix, LE SSERAFIM, NewJeans, Xikers, BOYNEXTDOOR, ZEROBASEONE, RIIZE, NiziU and &TEAM.

'SBS Gayo Daejeon', which is held every year during the Christmas season and has established itself as the largest Christmas event enjoyed with K-pop's top artists, will be held at Inspire Arena, Korea's first K-pop performance arena, on December 25th at 5:10 PM. It will be broadcast live.

'2023 SBS Gayo Daejeon's lineup, audience ticket application, and other detailed information can be found on the official website and SNS.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter translated by google