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Karasia
Tour by Kara
Karasia Tour 2012.jpg
Associated album Various
Start date February 18, 2012 (2012-02-18)
End date September 29, 2015 (2015-09-29)
Legs 4
No. of shows 2 in South Korea
52 in Japan
54 Total

Karasia (stylized as KARASIA) is the concert tour by Korean girl group Kara. This is their very first independent concert in Asia region. The first concert are scheduled at Seoul, South Korea starting mid-February.[1] And at the same time, Kara will embark their very first Japan Nationwide concert starting at Yokohama, sharing the same tour name as their Asia tour.[2] The tour was also planned to have dates in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and others, but this never came to fruition.[3]

The 2012 tour concluded on May 27, at Saitama, Japan. The tour drew around 180 thousand people with every single seat sold for each concert. The last concert was broadcast live through streaming in 60 different theaters throughout Japan, and all the tickets to the theaters were sold out as well.[4] All solo songs that the girls performed in the Japanese tour was released on the album Kara Collection in September 5, 2012.

In January 6, 2013 the group made a special concert in Japan's Tokyo Dome, titled Karasia 2013 – Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome, making them the first female South Korean act to hold a concert at this particular venue.[5]

A second tour, also titled Karasia, started in Japan on October 8, 2013, which was the last with members Nicole and Jiyoung, as they departed from the group after the second tour's completion. The group then embarked on their third Japanese tour on October 24, 2014, their first with new member Youngji. A fourth Karasia Japanese tour took place in September 2015 and was the group's final tour before their disbandment in January 2016.

Set list

South Korea
  1. "Step"
  2. "Wanna"
  3. "Jumping"
  4. "Secretly Secretly" (몰래몰래)
  5. "Umbrella"
  6. "Binks"
  7. "Date (My Boy)"
  8. "With"
  9. "I'm..(Ing)" (나는..(Ing))
  10. "Wait"
  11. Tango Dance + "Day Dream" (Park Gyuri's solo)
  12. "Superstar" (Han Seung-yeon's solo)
  13. "Beat It" (Nicole Jung's solo, Michael Jackson cover)
  14. "Secret Love" (Goo Ha-ra's solo)
  15. "Lupin"
  16. "Let It Go"
  17. "Break It"
  18. "Umbrella" + "Wanna Do" (Kang Jiyoung's solo, Acoustic Ver)
  19. "Guilty" (Han Seung-yeon's solo)
  20. "Love" + Sport Dance (Goo Ha-ra's solo)
  21. "Lost" (Nicole Jung's solo)
  22. "Maria" (Park Gyuri's solo)
  23. "Superman" (Norazo cover)
  24. "Lonely"
  25. "Winter Magic"
  26. "Honey"
  27. "Jet Coaster Love"
  28. "With My Heart (Dear Kamilia)" (내 마음을 담아서 (Dear Kamilia))
  29. "My Darling"
  30. "Mister"

Encore:

  1. "Pretty Girl"
  2. "Girls Be Ambitious"
  3. "Rock U"

Notes:

  • A-Jax's leader, Hyeongkon, performed on Nicole's solo song "Lost", dubling the voice of 2AM's Jin-woon, who originally make a featuring in the song.
Japan (2012)
  1. "Speed Up"
  2. "Jumping"
  3. "Dreaming Girl"
  4. "Umbrella" (Japanese version)
  5. "Girl's Power"
  6. "Pretty Girl"
  7. "Lost" + "The Game of Love" / "Beat It"* (Nicole Jung's solo)
  8. "Kara Medley ("Umbrella", "Whisper" and "Mister") + "Wanna Do" (Kang Ji-young's solo)
  9. "Secret Love" (Goo Ha-ra's solo)
  10. Tango Dance + "Daydream" (Park Gyuri's solo)
  11. "Guilty" (Han Seung-yeon's solo)
  12. "Lupin"
  13. "Step"
  14. "Let it Go"
  15. "Honey"
  16. "Winter Magic"
  17. "Missing"
  18. "Ima, Okuritai 'Arigatō'"
  19. "Go Go Summer!"
  20. "Jet Coaster Love"
  21. "Mister"

Encore:

  1. "Girls Be Ambitious"
  2. "SOS"
  3. "Rock U"

Notes:

  • Due to Nicole's leg injury, she performed "The Game of Love" instead of "Beat It". In their show in Saitama, "Beat It" was performed replacing "The Game of Love".
  • A-Jax performed as opening act in the last two shows.
Japan - Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome (2013)
  1. "Pandora"
  2. "Speed Up"
  3. "Jumping"
  4. "Dreaming Girl"
  5. "Honey" (Metal version) (Cyntia's guest performance)
  6. Drum solo + "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" (Goo Ha-ra's solo)
  7. "Strong Enough" (Han Seung-yeon's solo)
  8. "Girl's Power"
  9. "Kiss Me Tonight"
  10. "Pretty Girl"
  11. "Winter Magic"
  12. "Orion"
  13. "Ima, Okuritai 'Arigatō'"
  14. "Humpin' Around" (Nicole Jung's solo)
  15. "Daydream" (Remix) (Park Gyuri's solo)
  16. "Gakuen Tengoku" (Kang Ji-young's solo)
  17. "Lupin"
  18. "Step"
  19. "Let it Go"
  20. "Electric Boy"
  21. "Go Go Summer!"
  22. "Jet Coaster Love"
  23. "Rock U"

Encore:

  1. "Girls Be Ambitious"
  2. "SOS"
  3. "Mister"

Notes:

  • The Japanese girl rock band Cyntia played a metal version of "Honey" as a special guest performance, as well they were the band on Hara's solo performance.
  • As opening for Seung-yeon's solo performance, it was shown, in a VTR, pictures of her since Kara's debut until today, as well baby photos of her.
  • As opening for Gyuri's solo performance, she performed a special ballet from Swan Lake.
  • As opening for Nicole's solo performance, a VTR of her being a DJ and dancing a song was shown.
  • As opening for Jiyoung's solo performance, a VTR of some students in a Japanese school praising a photo of her in Girls Forever's album booklet, then call them to go to Tokyo Dome. The band Cyntia played on her performance.
  • A preview of the group's first TV anime Kara The Animation aired before the performance of "Mister".
Japan (2013)
  1. "Lupin"
  2. "Jumping"
  3. "Pandora"
  4. "Damaged Lady"
  5. "2Night"
  6. "Geuriun Naren (Miss U)"
  7. "Pretty Girl"
  8. "We Will Rock You" (Queen cover) (Han Seung-yeon's solo)
  9. "Anata ga Iru Kara" (Mika Nakashima cover) (Park Gyuri's solo)
  10. "We Found Love" (Rihanna cover) (Nicole Jung's solo)
  11. "Glamorous Sky" (Mika Nakashima cover) (Goo Ha-ra's solo)
  12. "Hideki Saijyo" (Village People Japanese cover) (Kang Ji-young's solo)
  13. "Winter Magic"
  14. "Hanabi"
  15. "Dul Junge Hana (Runaway)"
  16. "Bye Bye Happy Days!"
  17. "Girl's Power"
  18. "My Boy"
  19. "Thank You Summer Love"
  20. "Go Go Summer!"
  21. "Jet Coaster Love"

Encore:

  1. "Mister"
  2. "Sweet Days"
  3. "Ima, Okuritai 'Arigatō'"
  4. "Step"
Japan (2014)
  1. "Mamma Mia! (Japanese Version)"
  2. "Pandora"
  3. "Lupin"
  4. "Happy Happy Love"
  5. "So Good"
  6. "Rescue Me"
  7. "天使のウィンク (Tenshi no Wink)" (Seiko Matsuda cover) (Heo Young-ji)
  8. "Love the Way You Lie (Part II) / Dirrty" (Rihanna/Christina Aguilera cover) (Han Seung-yeon)
  9. "みんな空の下 (Minna Sora no Shita)" (Ayaka cover) (Goo Ha-ra)
  10. "Hush Hush" (The Pussycat Dolls cover) (Park Gyuri)
  11. "Pretty Girl"
  12. "Jet Coaster Love"
  13. "Girl's Power"
  14. "Rock U"
  15. "Good-bye days" (Yui cover) (Park Gyuri & Han Seung-yeon)
  16. "Crazy in Love" (Beyoncé cover) (Goo Ha-ra & Heo Young-ji)
  17. "一番にわたしを抱きしめて (Ichiban ni Watashi o Dakishimete)"
  18. "French Kiss"
  19. "Promise"
  20. "Pop Star"
  21. "Mister"

Encore:

  1. "Go Go Summer!"
  2. "SOS"
  3. "Step"

Notes:

  • Park Gyuri performed Juju's "明日がくるなら (Ashita ga Kuru Nara)" as her solo performance in Okayama.[6]
Japan (2015)
  1. "Thank You Summer Love"
  2. "Girl's Power"
  3. "Cupid"
  4. "Whisper"
  5. "Dreaming Girl"
  6. "Mamma Mia! (Japanese Version)"
  7. "I LOVE YOU" (Yutaka Ozaki cover) (Han Seung-yeon)
  8. "なんてったってアイドル (Nantettatte Aidoru)" (Kyōko Koizumi cover) (Heo Young-ji)
  9. "SAKURA" (Ikimono-gakari cover) (Park Gyuri)
  10. "Choco Chip Cookies" (Goo Ha-ra)
  11. "HANABI"
  12. "Last Summer"
  13. "Endless Night"
  14. "Summer☆gic"
  15. "Honey"
  16. "N.E.V.E.R.L.A.N.D."
  17. "Sunshine Miracle"
  18. "Go Go Summer!"
  19. "Pretty Girl"
  20. "Jet Coaster Love"
  21. "Mister"

Encore:

  1. "Bye Bye Happy Days!"
  2. "Step"
  3. "Rock U"

Notes:

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
1st Concert in SEOUL/1st Japan Tour/Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome
February 18, 2012 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena N/A N/A
February 19, 2012 N/A N/A
April 14, 2012 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena 15,587 (100%) $1,792,505
April 15, 2012 15,587 (100%) $1,792,505
April 18, 2012 Nagoya Nippon Gaishi Hall 8,926 (100%) $1,026,490
April 19, 2012 8,926 (100%) $1,026,490
April 27, 2012 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall 14,869 (100%) $1,709,935
April 28, 2012 14,869 (100%) $1,709,935
April 30, 2012 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka 13,400 (100%) $1,541,345
May 1, 2012 13,400 (100%) $1,541,345
May 16, 2012 Tokyo Yoyogi National Gymnasium 12,235 (100%) $1,407,025
May 17, 2012 12,235 (100%) $1,407,025
May 26, 2012 Saitama Saitama Super Arena 19,980 (100%) $2,297,700
May 27, 2012 19,980 (100%) $2,297,700
January 6, 2013 Tokyo Tokyo Dome 48,000 (100%) $7,778,400
Estimated Total 217,994+ $27,328,400
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
2nd Japan Tour
October 8, 2013 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena 12,108 (100%) $1,392,420
October 9, 2013 12,108 (100%) $1,392,420
October 16, 2013 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka 9,340 (100%) $1,074,100
October 17, 2013 9,002/

9,340 (99%)

$1,035,230
October 23, 2013 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall 10,952 (100%) $1,259,480
October 24, 2013 10,952 (100%) $1,259,480
October 29, 2013 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall Japan 8,931 (100%) $1,027,065
October 30, 2013 8,931 (100%) $1,027,065
November 9, 2013 Fukui Sun Dome Fukui 8,672 (100%) $1,717,056
November 10, 2013 8,672 (100%) $1,717,056
November 19, 2013 Saitama Saitama Super Arena 14,411 (100%) $1,657,265
November 20, 2013 13,910/

14,411 (98%)

$1,599,650
November 23, 2013 Kobe Kobe World Hall 6,514 (100%) $1,954,200
November 24, 2013 6,514 (100%) $1,954,200
Estimated Total 141,017 (99%) $20,066,687
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
3rd Japan Tour
October 24, 2014 Fukuoka Japan Fukuoka Sunpalace 2,316 (100%) $266,340
October 25, 2014 2,316 (100%) $266,340
October 27, 2014 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center 3,000 (100%) $345,000
November 3, 2014 Okayama Kurashiki Civic Hall 1,207 (100%) $138,805
November 5, 2014 Kanazawa Honda Forest Hall 1,707 (100%) $196,305
November 6, 2014 Niigata Niigata Prefectural Civic Center 2,030 (100%) $233,450
November 14, 2014 Osaka Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium 7,322 (100%) $929,894
November 15, 2014 7,322 (100%) $929,894
November 18, 2014 Yokohama Yokohama Arena 13,625 (100%) $1,730,375
November 19, 2014 9,872/

13,625 (87%)

$1,253,744
Estimated Total 50,717

(99%)

$6,290,147
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
4th Japan Tour
September 1, 2015 Osaka Japan Zepp Namba 2,530 (100%) $290,950
September 2, 2015 2,530 (100%) $290,950
September 3, 2015 2,530 (100%) $290,950
September 4, 2015 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center 3,000 (100%) $345,000
September 8, 2015 Kanazawa Honda Forest Hall 1,707 (100%) $196,305
September 10, 2015 Hiroshima Hiroshima Art and Culture Hall 1,504 (100%) $172,960
September 12, 2015 Okayama Okayama Civic Hall 1,718 (100%) $197,570
September 21, 2015 Fukuoka Zepp Fukuoka 2,001 (100%) $230,115
September 22, 2015 2,001 (100%) $230,115
September 24, 2015 Yokohama Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall 5,002 (100%) $575,230
September 25, 2015 5,002 (100%) $575,230
September 28, 2015 5,002 (100%) $575,230
September 29, 2015 5,002 (100%) $575,230
Estimated Total 39,529 (100%) $4,545,835

DVD

Japanese version

Kara 1st Japan Tour Karasia
Video by Kara
Released November 14, 2012 (2012-11-14)
Recorded 2012
Genre K-pop, J-pop
Label Universal Sigma
Kara chronology
Kara Best Clips II & Shows
(2012)Kara Best Clips II & Shows2012
Kara 1st Japan Tour Karasia
(2012)
2012 Karasia Seoul Concert
(2012)2012 Karasia Seoul Concert2012

Kara 1st Japan Tour Karasia is the second live DVD of the South Korean girl group Kara. It was released in November 14, 2012 in 2 formats: DVD and Blu-ray and 2 different editions: Limited edition (2 discs) and Regular edition (1 disc). The DVD was scheduled to be released on October 17 along with the group's seventh Japanese single "Electric Boy" but it was postponed to November 14, 2012 due to an error found in one of the discs.[8] The DVD was released along with the group's third Japanese album Girls Forever.

Track listing

Disc 1: Live DVD[9][10]
No. Title Length
1. "Speed Up" (スピード アップ)  
2. "Jumping" (ジャンピン) (Japanese version)  
3. "Dreamin' Girl" (ドリーミンガール)  
4. "Umbrella" (アンブレラ) (Japanese version)  
5. "Girl's Power" (ガールズ パワー)  
6. "Pretty Girl"  
7. "Lost" (Nicole solo) (Korean version)  
8. "Kara Medley ("Umbrella", "Whisper" and "Mister") / Wanna Do" (Ji-young solo) (Korean version)  
9. "L-O-V-E / Secret Love" (Ha-ra solo) (Korean version)  
10. "Daydream" (Gyu-ri solo) (Korean version)  
11. "Guilty" (Seung-yeon solo) (Korean version)  
12. "Lupin"  
13. "Step"  
14. "Let It Go"  
15. "Honey"  
16. "Winter Magic" (ウィンターマジック)  
17. "Missing" (ミッシング)  
18. "Ima, Okuritai 'Arigatō'" (今、贈りたい「ありがとう」)  
19. "Go Go Summer!" (GO GO サマー!)  
20. "Jet Coaster Love" (ジェットコースターラブ)  
21. "Mister" (ミスター) (Japanese version)  
22. "Girls Be Ambitious!" (ガールズ ビー アンビシャス!) (Encore)  
23. "SOS" (Encore)  
24. "Rock U" (Encore)  

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Oricon Weekly DVD chart 1
Oricon Weekly Blu-ray chart 1
Oricon Yearly DVD chart 48
Oricon Yearly Blu-ray chart 25

Sales and certifications

Chart Amount
Oricon physical sales[13] 60,008+

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Japan November 14, 2012 DVD,[9][10] Blu-ray Disc[11][12] Universal Sigma

Korean version

2012 Karasia Seoul Concert
Video by Kara
Released December 26, 2012 (2012-12-26)
Recorded 2012
Genre K-pop
Label Universal Sigma
Kara chronology
Kara 1st Japan Tour Karasia
(2012)Kara 1st Japan Tour Karasia2012
2012 Karasia Seoul Concert
(2012)
Karasia 2013 Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome
(2013)[14]Karasia 2013 Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome2013

2012 Karasia Seoul Concert is the third live DVD of the South Korean girl group Kara. It was released in December 26, 2012 only in DVD format.[15] The DVD contains the first Korean concert of the group held in the Olympic Gymnastics Arena in Seoul, South Korea, during February 18 and 19, 2012.[16]

Track listing

Disc 1[17]
No. Title Length
1. "Opening"  
2. "Step"  
3. "Wanna"  
4. "Jumping"  
5. "Ment 1"  
6. "Secretly Secretly"  
7. "Before the Date" (VTR 1)  
8. "Umbrella"  
9. "Binks"  
10. "Date (My Boy)"  
11. "With"  
12. "MENT 2"  
13. "I'm... (Ing)"  
14. "Wait"  
15. "Shooting time of Kara" (VTR 2)  
16. "Tango + Daydream" (Gyuri solo)  
17. "Secret Love" (Hara solo)  
18. "Mysterious Lupin" (VTR 3)  
19. "Lupin"  
20. "Let It Go"  
21. "History of Kara" (VTR 4)  
22. "Kara Medley ("Umbrella", "What's This?", "Good Day") + Wanna Do" (Jiyoung solo)  
23. "Guilty" (Seung-yeon solo)  
24. "L-O-V-E + ChaChaCha" (Hara solo)  
25. "Lost" (Nicole solo)  
26. "Maria" (Gyuri solo)  
27. "Super Girl"  
Disc 2[17]
No. Title Length
1. "Love Is" (VTR 5)  
2. "Lonely"  
3. "Winter Magic"  
4. "Honey"  
5. "Jet Coaster Love"  
6. "Ment 3"  
7. "With My Heart (Dear Kamilia)"  
8. "My Darling"  
9. "Rehearsal" (VTR 6)  
10. "Mister"  
11. "Kara Animation" (VTR 7)  
12. "Pretty Girl"  
13. "Girls Be Ambitious!"  
14. "Rock U"  

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Oricon Weekly DVD chart 7

Sales and certifications

Chart Amount
Oricon physical sales[13] 9,830+

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Japan December 26, 2012 DVD[17] Universal Sigma

Tokyo Dome version

Karasia 2013 Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome
Video by Kara
Released March 27, 2013 (2013-03-27)
Recorded 2013
Genre K-pop, J-pop
Label Universal Sigma
Kara chronology
2012 Karasia Seoul Concert
(2012)2012 Karasia Seoul Concert2012
Karasia 2013 Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome
(2013)

Karasia 2013 Happy New Year in Tokyo Dome is the eighth DVD, third Blu-ray and fourth live released by KARA. It was released in 2 formats (DVD and Blu-ray) and 2 editions: Limited and Regular. The limited editions includes a bonus disc with making of, rehearshals and an off-shot movie of the concert. The DVD includes their concert on Tokyo Dome, realized in January 6, 2013.

Track listing

Disc 1[17]
No. Title Length
1. "Pandora"  
2. "Speed Up" (スピード アップ)  
3. "Jumping" (ジャンピン)  
4. "Dreamin' Girl" (ドリーミンガール)  
5. "Honey" ((performed by Cyntia))  
6. "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" (Hara solo)  
7. "Strong Enough (ストロング・イナフ)" (Seung-yeon solo)  
8. "Girl's Power" (ガールズ パワー)  
9. "Pretty Girl"  
10. "Winter Magic" (ウィンターマジック)  
11. "Orion" (オリオン)  
12. "Ima, Okuritai 'Arigatō'" (今、贈りたい「ありがとう」)  
13. "Humpin' Around" (Nicole solo)  
14. "Swan Lake + Daydream" (Gyuri solo)  
15. "School Heaven (学園天国)" (Jiyoung solo)  
16. "Lupin"  
17. "Step"  
18. "Let It Go"  
19. "Electric Boy" (エレクトリックボーイ)  
20. "Go Go Summer!" (GO GO サマー)  
21. "Jet Coaster Love" (ジェットコースターラブ)  
22. "Rock U"  
23. "Girls Be Ambitious!" (ガールズ ビー アンビシャス!)  
24. "SOS"  
25. "Mister" (ミスター)  
Disc 2[17]
No. Title Length
1. "Tojitsu no Butaiura ni Kanzen Mitchaku Shita Off-shot Eizo" (当日の舞台裏に完全密着したオフショット映像)  

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Oricon Weekly DVD chart 4
Oricon Weekly Blu-ray chart 3

Sales and certifications

Chart Amount
Oricon physical sales[13] 32,552+

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Japan March 27, 2013 DVD, Blu-ray[17] Universal Sigma

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