SMTOWN concert held in Seoul; Yunho suffers wardrobe malfunction

During his performance, he suffered a wardrobe malfunction when his pants ripped open and exposed his underwear.

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SM Entertainment artists at SMTOWN concert in Seoul. SMTOWN

Some of the biggest K-pop artists performed together at the SMTOWN Live World Tour VI in Seoul on July 8.

The concert drew about 45,000 fans who watched the show featuring Girls' Generation, EXO, Super Junior. TVXQ's Yunho, SHINee, Red Velvet, NCT 127, NCT Dream, Henry of Super Junior M, Trax, BoA, Kangta, Luna of f(x), Sunday, J-Min and Lee Dong Woo.

A total of 52 stages were presented during the concert held at the Seoul World Cup Staidum with K-pop stars announcing their plans and comebacks.

This was the first SMTOWN concert in Seoul in three years since 2014.

At the concert, Girls' Generation said, "This year Girls' Generation will be celebrating our tenth anniversary and we are preparing for it."

Yunho performed for the first time since he was discharged from the military last April. Despite not being Changmin, he was able to perform TVXQ hits including "Mirotic" and Somebody to Love."

"Since it's been so long since I performed on a big stage like this, I was really nervous. Lots of juniors and seniors prepared this fantastic performance," he said, according to Soompi.

He said he felt nervous because he was performing alone but Changmin assured him of his support.

"Since I was coming on stage alone, I was very worried. Changmin called me and told me that he was cheering me on and that he wanted me to show everything that I have," Yunho added.

But during his performance, he suffered a wardrobe malfunction when his pants ripped open and exposed his underwear.

"I was working hard because it was the first time [since I was discharged], and my pants ripped!" he said.

From Seoul, the SMTOWN Live concert will be held next in Japan on July 15 and 16 at Kyocera Dome in Osaka and at Tokyo Dome on July 27 and 28.

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