'PEACE CHALLENGE, NO WAR!'
Korean K-pop stars such as BTS, Black Pink, Seventeen, TWICE, and New Jeans have stepped up to play a role in a world without war. It should be shown that the fire of war can stop when people around the world shout for peace in one voice."
Cha Young-chul, chairman of Peace Challenge Group, recently visited Japan for the Peace Challenge world tour concert.
Starting with Japan, K-pop tour concerts will be held across the globe in China, the U.S. and the European Union to launch a peace campaign that brings together the desire for peace of the young generation to resolve the ever-fire war between Russia and Ukraine, North Korea's nuclear threat, and tensions between China and Taiwan.
Japan's partner 4B Enterprise has already started to move quickly by securing concert venues for Peace Challenge in Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, Nagoya, Sendai, Sapporo, Hiroshima and Saitama. Dubai and China are also in talks on venues such as Beijing and Shanghai.
The final goal of "PEACE CHALLENGE" is to make "NO WAR!" music under the theme of world peace and achieve the dream of people around the world becoming one through songs.
The performance will continue as a challenge until the echo of K-pop-loving fandom around the world's desire for a peaceful world without war spreads to countries around the world
Cha Young-chul, chairman of the Peace Challenge Group, said, "The song of peace will continue until a new order of world peace is established through K-pop," adding, "It is already receiving enthusiastic responses from many countries."