K-Pop idols who have just made their debut or comeback stage, usually they will appear on music programs that will be broadcast on television as part of their promotions in that era. In this section, we are going to take a closer look and flashback to SPEED actively appearing on comeback stages. Let’s scroll down to see SPEED’s stage performances!
On February 26th, 2012, SPEED made their debut stage by performing their debut song “Lovey Dovey Plus” with Ryu Hwayoung who appeared with them to perform their debut song. The shuffling movement and the suit and tie outfit look like a cool collaboration in that era.
On January 18th, 2013, SPEED had their comeback stage with “That’s My Fault” (Hangul: 슬픈 약속) in an episode of Mnet’s M Countdown. It has a music video with a tragic drama version, but SPEED gave a performance with their very cool comeback stage wearing an army nuanced outfit. Not only that, but the presence of Davichi’s Kang Minkyung in the performance also added a cool impression to their comeback stage.
On January 22nd, 2013, SPEED made their comeback stage which was a sequel to the previously released single. With the title track “It’s Over”, SPEED made a comeback on Music Core with energetic and fast hand movements as part of their choreography for the song. SPEED showed their charisma well as they performed in this era’s comeback stage. The members also look very cool with their dark blue suit and tie outfit.
On February 25th, 2013, SPEED had their comeback broadcast on Music Core with one of their singles titled “Pain The Love Of Heart” with a very energetic performance. Backup dancers were also seen to enliven the performance of the SPEED comeback stage in that era. On this comeback, they wore white leather jackets with iconic moves such as removing their jackets and swaying their hips. In this era, SPEED members look very charismatic and look cool.
On February 17th, 2014, SPEED held their showcase which was attended by fans and delivered their single titled “Why I’m Not” with a song that has a slow tempo. With the lyrics about a man who just had his heart broken, the members gave their best performance by singing the song live. Just like what they showed in the music video, the members seemed to really appreciate the performance by singing “Why I’m Not”.
On February 22nd, 2014, SPEED held their comeback stage on Music Core with a single titled “Don’t Tease Me!” Their famous choreography is very playful. In the comeback stage, the members were also seen wearing the same outfit as in the music video. With a stunning performance for fans, the members of SPEED also performed like they were circus performers.
On March 28th, 2014, SPEED held their comeback stage by performing “Zombie Party” as their newest song at the time. In the performance broadcast on Simply K-Pop, they appeared like zombies with their make-up deliberately pale and choreographed movements that were broken like they were undead. Their backup dancers were also present at the comeback stage and made their performance lively, plus the fan chants sounded very loud.
On April 9th, 2014, SPEED had their comeback stage with their song “Look At Me Now” which was broadcast on MBC’s Show Champion. In that era, SPEED became increasingly popular and successfully brought fans to each of their comeback stages. With an all-black outfit like in the music video, SPEED members look like K-Pop idols with the Hip-Hop genre that appear with a concept that is different from before. The SPEED members also look very charismatic with their simple choreography but still look amazing.
On June 19th, 2015, SPEED had their last comeback stage with “What U” on Simply K-Pop, wearing a suit and tie in a white outfit. They performed energetically as well as breakdancing at the start of their dance moves. Of course, SPEED also appeared on this comeback stage wearing shoes that had been designed with wheels behind them, making it easier for them to do the sliding choreography from side to side with ease while holding the comeback stage.
Well, that is all information that we have provided for you about SPEED at the time they were still promoting together. Even though they are now disbanded, let’s still give support to individual members so that they can succeed with their own path now. If you like this article, please don’t forget to share it on your social media and stay tuned for more interesting upcoming articles from Channel-Korea!