Covered Event

“[INDONESIA] Indonesian Fans Experiences the Joyful Happening with Eru”


Eru got pulses racing right from the start at his ‘Happening’ concert at Tennis Indoor Senayan, kicking off the show with his single, ‘I Hate You’. The singer then showcased his dance skills with a dance break during a cover rendition of ‘Moves Like Jagger’, followed by ‘Insomnia’ right after. He later slowed down the mood with emotional ‘Sad Sping’ and fun ‘Countrified and Immature’.

Indonesian fans then witnessed the first live performance of ‘Garosu-Gil’ after J-yo of Lucky J joined Eru on the stage!The two singers then turned their soulful stage into an upbeat one with a cover of Chris Brown’s ‘Five More Hours’. J-yo roused the fans’ scream by cheekily flashing a bit of skin, and did another cover of Chris Brown’s song ‘Don’t Judge Me’ for his solo stage while proclaiming his love for the audience and fans.


After Eru performed ‘Apeujima’ and ‘Saranghaeyo’, the EZI.N dance crews took the stage by performing relay of dances with hit songs like Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat it’ and Beyonce’s 7/11. Eru also entertained the audience with covers of Bigbang’s Bang Bang Bang, GD & Taeyang’s ‘Good Boy’, and Taeyang’s ‘Eyes, Nose, Lips’. The singer encouraged members of the crowd to sing along with him during his performance of ‘This Love’, and prince of ballad excited the crowd even more as he gave some fan service while performing Sam Smith’s ‘I’m Not The Only One’. Mighty Mouth appeared on the stage after Eru performed his drama soundtracks like ‘Tempation’ and ‘Secret’. The hip-hop duo performed their hit tracks such as ‘Bad Boy’ and ‘Lalala’ before Eru joined the duo later with ‘Drive’.

As if there were not enough surprises, the legendary trot singer Tae Jin Ah made his grand entrance and sang ‘Love You My Baby’ along with two other songs.  The veteran singer certainly did not lose out to the younger performers even when it came to hyping the audience up and entertaining them. He even attempted to speak some Indonesian words such as “Aku Cinta Jakarta” (I Love Jakarta) and “Capek” (Tired).


After performing an Indonesian song, ‘Kemesraan’, Eru confessed that he had a great time with the audience. He told the fans that he loved them and asked them to go home safely after the show. Eru then ended the show with ‘Hello Goodbye’ and ‘Black Glasses’. Loud cheering from the audience for an encore brought the main star of the night back to the stage. Eru appeared wearing an orange jumpsuit and performed Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars’ ‘Uptown Funk’ to conclude the night.

The Seoul Story would like to thank Enstar Entertainment and Lotte Duty Free for the opportunity to cover this event.


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