Music Bank To Host Cinema Themed Mid-Year Special Featuring ATEEZ, SEVENTEEN, TWICE, & More!

KBS’ Music Bank brings the cinema to fans in their film-themed special, featuring a stacked performance lineup!

Music Bank thrilled fans from all fandoms with their announcement of a special mid-year episode, airing June 26. The program unveiled the event in a series of Twitter posts, teasing the surprises to come. In commemoration of the year’s halfway point, numerous idol groups have prepared film-themed stages.

In Music Bank’s first teaser, the program listed the various movies each group took inspiration from. Additionally, beside the film concepts, a small timestamp is listed which indicates the length of the song the group will perform. The poster raised fans’ speculations, causing many to try to guess which movie each performer will take on.

The movie concepts revealed include A Fistful of Dollars, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Pirates of the Caribbean, Woochi: The Taoist Wizard, The Phantom of the Opera, Ocean’s 8, The Little Prince, Psycho,식객  (a Korean cartoon), Fast & Furious, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a Disney special, Chipmunks, and Romeo And Juliet.

Music Bank also released a photo of one of the artists, Golden Child, confirming their participation.

The program subsequently released its star-studded lineup, promising a sensational event of performances. Those set to grace the stage include NU’EST, Baek Ayeon, OH MY GIRL, SEVENTEEN, DIA, TWICE, NCT 127, NCT DREAM, Weki Meki, Golden Child, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, ATEEZ, IZ*ONE, TOMORROW X TOGETHER, ’00z (ASTRO’s Sanha, Stray Kids’ Hyunjin, Golden Child’s Bomin, and AB6IX’s Daehwi), and CRAVITY.

With a flurry of artists making their comebacks this summer, fans are eager to see whether artists will unveil stages of their newer tracks or old favorites.

Music Bank’s half-year special episode, “Music Bank Cinema”, airs on June 26!

Source: KBS Music Bank

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