The "Dangerous Woman" songstress's first performance in Seoul would have been perfect, if the singer didn't leave fans disappointed and upset at what they referred to as her "disrespectful" attitude.
Despite pouring rain, some 20,000 people flocked to Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on Tuesday, which was also Korean National Liberation Day, to see the American pop star who won hearts around the world by returning to the stage just three weeks after a suicide bomber attacked her concert in Manchester in May.
The Seoul concert, part of Hyundai Card's annual cultural project that invites iconic and innovative artists around the world to Korea, marked Grande's first visit to Seoul.
At the request of the singer, security and screening for the Seoul concert was extra tight. Fans were only allowed to bring in foldable umbrellas and transparent bags. Photographs for press were also not allowed.