Wednesday, May 7, 2014

B.A.P Live on Earth 2014 Düsseldorf Attack! [Long post]

And we screamed so loud!
And we screamed louder!
And we screeeeeeeeeeeamed!!!!!

Then he smiled. Exactly like in the pictures and I wished this moment could last a little longer.
It was so surreal! There we were standing and 6 people we could have never imagined meeting were standing right up there. Seeing him smile because of me (and some thousand other people but I was still one of them!) released a swarm of butterflies in my stomach... It was unbelievable!

"...heheh" he chuckled and lowered his knees to bend over 

~~~ [FLASHBACK] ~~~
Friday after school I went home, turned up the volume as high as I could and found B.A.P's first full album on Youtube, and proceeded to pack my stuff while the excitement built up inside me.

00.30 (Saturday) my dad and I took off.
"I wish I could go too!" my mom said as I stepped out of the door.
I don't remember much from our 2 hour long trip there since I slept in the car... but suddenly we were there!
Looking back I have no idea how long we waited at the dark and silent Flensburg bundesbahnhof since everything felt like it was in slow motion, but we probably waited half an hour before they showed up. "They" being two girls whom I had recently gotten to know (without really knowing them) through the Danish fanpage - Michelle and Jennifer.

After having had the usual "parent talk" in which your and their parents make sure everything is alright, my dad and Michelle's uncle left, leaving the three of us and Michelle's mom and mom's friend, Ulla, at the train station. They were such open people and from the moment we met, it was as if we had been friends for  long although we only shared one thing - We are babyz!

At 04.03 we took the first train.
It was one of those regional trains (meaning it wasn't high tech or anything so you have to:
1) listen carefully to the speaker to know when you have to get off or
2) keep an eye out for your supposed destination) and it was all dark.
Except for us and the conductor, who spoke anything but English, it was also empty. But at least it was warm compared to the station itself.
We talked non-stop and even the grown-ups joined in in our conversations over time. After having switched trains a couple of times, the sun rose and it was beautiful. The German landscape was still covered in thick white fog while the horizon was gradually going from a coral green to an electric blue colour.

We didn't manage to both look good in a picture so here are two pics in which one is pretty and the other one derpy

I believe we switched train 5 times or so. On one of the last trains, a speaker said something about polizei (Police in German) but it was a little unclear and none of us were that good at speaking German. Apparently they had just informed us that there was going to be a group of fully armed police officers at the next station.
The group decided to stand right behind us and we had a nice chit-chat with one of them. In the end we asked why they were there and he told us there was going to be a large soccer match in Dortmund, close to where we were going, and that they were there to make sure everything went as expected and that no fans were to spread chaos or something like that.

I don't think any of us had expected to end up in the next train with a large group of singing beer-drinking Germans, but we did. The train smelled weird from the very beginning and ugh they were so noisy!
There were barely seats for us and downstairs was completely filled up (it was one of the two-story trains. Really neat one). This was going to be the longest ride of them all; not just because we had to stay in there for 3 hours but also because some of those people decided to drink more than just two beers.
We knew we were going to be up for long so sleeping now would be a good idea. However, their excessive jumping downstairs made it sound like they were trying to separate the rest of the train from its bottom, making sleep no longer an option.When I woke up Jennifer was covering her mouth and told me that somebody had decided to smoke FREAKING WEED in there (ON A TRAIN?!?!? WHAT. THE. HECK. PEOPLE) and that the 30-something guy in the opposite row had been staring at me all the time I was sleeping.. 변태!!!
Some of the train passengers we were more positive about was a group of guys celebrating one's bachelor party. The guy wore a veil and one of the bands beauty pageants wear saying "bride to be".
At one point they caught us looking at them and said something to us in German but my favorite part was when they all went "kartoffelsalaaaat, kartoffelsalaat, kartoffelsalaaaaat!!!" (kartoffelsalat = potatosalad).

Around 13.00 we FINALLY arrived in Düsseldorf and the weather was perfect!
Our hotel Düsseldorf was super close to the metro station that we just came from and it was soooo cool!

The room the girls stayed in - Really neat if I should say!

After having changed clothes we took the elevator back down and met a guy inside it in a pink fuzzy hoodie with rabbit ears and a shirt underneath showing a stick groom and bride with the text "GAME OVER". 
"Getting married?"
His friends in the lobby were filming him and probably dying from our surprised expressions.

We dined with Ulla and Michelle's mom, Dina, quickly and went to the Mitsubishi Electric Halle.
It was fun seeing people in the streets dressed like us. We could instantly tell if people were babyz! It was like a secret code language.
The queue was so incredible long! Oh my! Luckily we found a group of Danish babyz, stood with them, and took pictures to put on our page and let other Danish babyz know we were there
See my pink hair? Michele put in some hair chalk! Doesn't it look awesome?!
We felt really let down when the the girls told us there was a different queue for buying merchandise (including the CD's that let 100 lucky babyz get backstage) T__T

3 hours later they opened the doors and people ran inside. 
We were there! We were really there!! While people were finding places to stand, a loud heartbeat-like song was playing in the background. 
I was surprised how careful people actually were. The pushing really wasn't that bad, it was just that we were all standing so close. Jennifer is really small though and couldn't see so we moved to the side and from there our view was perfect! 
I can't tell which song or performance I liked the most because everything just seemed perfect to me. However, there was a point where they taught us some dance moves and it was hilarious!
I found a great fancam from it. Try to listen to the voice or read the red text. Also, have you seen what they are wearing?!?!? 
If you go on Youtube and search "B.A.P Düsseldorf" you can find a ton of fancams and some are actually really really good quality.
Oh! If you like Jongup a lot you might like THIS ONE quite a lot 

My words cannot justify how amazing and unbelievable an experience going to this concert was! The boys did their Best and they worked so hard! It was Absolute(ly) Perfect! They were B.A.P!
Song after song they impressed and several times I caught myself looking at the screens instead because I couldn't believe it was actually them. My idols. Standing right in front of me! It was like being inside their MVs!
I had an awesome weekend!
How was yours? ^o^


  1. I bet you had such a great time! ^^ Very nice photos~ <3

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    1. Thank you sweetie <3
      I sure did! It was one of the most incredible experiences I have had so far :)

  2. Nice photos! thanks for your reply on my blog! :) I´m following you via GFC and Bloglovin ♥ Would you like to follow each other on Instagram? let me know! @karianzoategui

  3. It looked so fun! I love your pink hair :)



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