Kpopmap has successfully concluded the live broadcast of the highly-anticipated “2023 The Fact Music Awards (TMA)” in North and Latin America, exclusively on Kpopmap’s Facebook Live channel.
On the 10th of October, the “2023 The Fact Music Awards (TMA)” was held, bringing together some of the biggest stars in the K-Pop world who have garnered much love and attention from global fans in the past year through their various activities and presented outstanding performances on the TMA stage, complete with dazzling LED lighting, and delicate stage effects, immersing the audience in their talent and charms.
The grand opening performance was brought to us by NewJeans with a beautiful Intro, followed by a special version of ‘Super Shy’, prepared just for the TMA 2023. Artists like Lee ChanWon and Jannabi delivered emotionally charged performances fitting the sentimentality of the deep autumn evening, while “celebrity of celebrities” Lim YoungWoong wowed audiences with his energetic performance of ‘Grain Of Sand’ and ‘Do Or Die’, showcasing his dance skills. Finally, SEVENTEEN, the winner of the “2023 The Fact Music Awards” Daesang, set the stage on fire with powerful performances of ‘F*ck My Life’ and ‘Super’.
Performances of artists attending the “The Fact Music Awards” for the first time also captivated audiences with their freshness. From globally renowned groups like aespa and NMIXX to summer queen Kwon EunBi and vibrant rookies ZEROBASEONE, RIIZE, xikers, and BOYNEXTDOOR, all lit up the night with extraordinary stages.
With Girls’ Generation’s SeoHyun and Jun HyunMoo hosting this memorable event together for the fifth time in a row (it is also SeoHyun’s sixth time), proving their unbeatable chemistry as MCs, iconic performances by 17 K-Pop superstars and 27 leading Korean entertainers acting as presenters, the “2023 The Fact Music Awards” achieved a high degree of perfection and richness.
To bring the unforgettable 2023 TMA to international fans, Kpopmap played a significant role once more by live-streaming the “2023 The Fact Music Awards” in North and Latin America, with English subtitles on Kpopmap’s Facebook Live channel. Even though the 2023 TMA was streaming in the early hours of the day for North and Latin America, over 100,000 local fans tuned in to the live broadcast in real-time through Kpopmap’s Facebook live streaming service.
Kpopmap provides self-produced content in English for global fans in more than 150 countries about Hallyu (the Korean Wave), including but not limited to K-Pop, K-Drama, and K-Beauty. With a robust user base exceeding 3 million monthly visitors and over 10 million page views, Kpopmap’s expansion into the global MZ Generation is spearheading the growth of Hallyu fan communities on a global scale.
According to a Kpopmap representative, their future endeavors include an ongoing commitment to offer online streaming services for K-Entertainment events such as fan meetings and concerts, providing diverse entertainment options to their dedicated consumer base. This proactive move aligns with the current revival of the offline performance market and the online performance culture, which is firmly entrenched within the general public. So, if you’re a Kpopmap reader, you have a lot to look forward to!