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From album release to world tour: STRAY KIDS unveils 2024 plans in new video

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Jan 02, 2024 3:22 pm

Heads up, Filo STAYs! A lot is in store for you as STRAY KIDS has revealed its upcoming projects for 2024.

In a new YouTube video titled "STEP OUT 2024," the K-pop boy band announced their plans for this year, including a third world tour, a fourth fan meeting, an album, and a special album release.

The group, consisting of Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N, will also embark on several video content, including an SKZ-PLAYER series, 1 Kid's Room series, and 2 Kids Show series.

A Skzoo pop-up store will also open in Seoul and Busan, Korea.

The video also showcased the group's achievements in 2023 including their two album releases that made them JYP Entertainment's very first act to have a 'penta million-seller' album.

Likewise, the almost 5-minute video featured their KSPO dome fan meeting, a special concert at Gocheok Sky Dome in South Korea, and collaborations with globally acclaimed artists, including Tiger JK, Lisa, and Troye Sivan, among others.

The eight-member boy group also highlighted some of their remarkable performances last year, such as Lollapalooza Paris, the 2023 MTV Music Video Awards, where they were named Best K-pop Award for their song S-Class, and the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, where they bagged the Top K-pop Album Award for 5-Star.

Last March, STRAY KIDS went to the Philippines for their two-day Maniac tour concert organized by Bench. In December, they were one of the K-pop groups who graced the star-studded 2023 Asia Artists Awards (AAA) held at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.

STRAY KIDS debuted in 2018 under JYP Entertainment. They are best known for their hits such as MEGAVERSE, MANIAC, LALALALA (Rock Ver.), Cover Me, and more. The group is also one of only three K-pop acts alongside BTS and Super M to lead the all-genre chart in Billboard 200 last March 2022 with their EP, Oddinary.