Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Attendance: Estimated 4,000
SINGAPORE - It was a night of sweet nothings at South Korean boyband Infinite's first solo concert in Singapore.
Here as part of their maiden world tour, One Great Step, the seven boys of Infinite were every bit the darling to their fans, saying honeyed words - in English, mind you - that stole the show during the two-hour concert on Saturday.
Turning up their charm, the lads' mushiness ran the gamut from cheesy declarations of love to amusing words of affection.
Doe-eyed 21-year-old Lee Sung Yeol said cheekily: "If you ever cheat on us, I will chase you to the end of the world."
Of course, he meant that he wanted to chase the fans to get them back, not to get back at them.
"Our hearts belong to you," confessed Nam Woo Hyun, 22, who even got down on his knees, with a ring and a rose in hand, to "propose" to a lucky fan girl during his solo performance.
Talk about unabashed "fan service" from the youthful pop stars, aged between 20 and 24.
The boyish septet - which include rappers Jang Dong Woo and Hoya, and singers Kim Sung Kyu, L (Kim Myung Soo) and Lee Sung Jong - topped off the show by giving a rendition of local oldie Singapura, Sunny Island.
The enthusiastic crowd reciprocated with deafening screams, which more than made up for the visible pockets of empty seats among the audience.