Block B reunited for a special live performance at a concert hosted by the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, their first as a full group in four years.
The boy band, which included members Zico, Taeil, B-Bomb, Jaehyo, U-Kwon, Parkkyung, and P.O, performed at the 28th Republic of Korea Marine Corps Music Concert on December 14 at Seoul’s COEX Artium Hall. P.O, who is currently serving in the Marine Corps, hosted the concert and performed with the group while dressed in his military uniform.
Block B performed hit songs ‘Her,’ ‘Yesterday,’ ‘Very Good,’ and ‘Shall We Dance’ during their set. This was Block B’s first full-unit performance since their ‘Blockbuster [Montage]’ concert in 2018, their last live performance before going on indefinite hiatus as the members completed their mandatory military service.
Block B fans were ecstatic when members Zico, Jaehyo, and U-Kwon shared photos of the group gathered in KOZ Entertainment’s practice studio on their Instagram Stories earlier this month.
P.O later announced on his official Instagram account that the group would reunite onstage at the Republic of Korea Marine Corps Music Concert.
Following their performance at the concert, members B-Bomb, U-Kwon, and P.O took to social media to discuss Block B’s much-anticipated on-stage reunion. P.O, in particular, expressed his appreciation to his bandmates for the performance and to the fans for attending the concert.
Block B went viral on TikTok last year when their 2012 hit ‘NalinA’ trended on the social media platform thanks to the “Spit In My Mouth” and “How Hard Did Puberty Hit You?” challenges, prior to their much-anticipated reunion stage. According to Allkpop, the song’s instrumental was featured in over 700,000 videos that year.