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‘I still smell him’: NCT 127 and Taeyeon’s fans’ unexpected reaction after launching shirts in Chile

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A group of NCT 127 fans had an incredible reaction to the K-pop group’s first concert in Chile. At the end of the presentation, boy band member Taeyeon threw his shirt to the public.

this weekend, K-pop band, NCT 127 Appeared in Chile, with one of the singers, Taeyeon after fans shared part of the shirt, they left an image that went viral.

An interpreter and a dancer threw their shirts at the public during a concert at the Movistar Arena, causing hysteria among his followers who shared clothing in solidarity.

Chile’s NCT 127 and Taeyeon’s shirt madness

Thousands of people came to see the capital compound NCT 127’s first Chilean concert Koreans made fans sing songs like “Favorite,” “Cherry Bomb,” and “2 Baddies.”

But one of the most glaring moments was Taeyeon leader of boy bandthrew his shirt at the “nctzens” crowd that was captured on video.

But it was his fan reaction that went viral. Instead of fighting over the shirt, fans decided to share it with as many people who attended the show as possible.

As seen on social media, taeyeon shirt It was cut into small pieces and some users shared pictures of the pieces of cloth on Twitter. “I can still smell it,” joked one of her internet users.

Check out the moment Taeyeon reveals her shirt to the public here.

Source: Biobiochile

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