Oh. My goodness. This has honestly been the experience of a lifetime. I love KARD so much, and to have been able to go to their concert in Miami—I feel blessed to have had the opportunity. I was lucky enough to have been able to purchase a P1, P2, and P3 ticket, so I was able to participate in the fansign, photo, and hi touch. Meeting KARD and being able to watch the concert from such a close seat ... this is an experience that you had to be there to be able to comprehend.
The only way to describe KARD is ethereal. No matter how perfect you think they look in pictures, they look infinitely more perfect in real life, if that's possible. Their live singing sounds like they ate the CDs and holy crap they were just so INVOLVED and hype that it was hard not to get lit no matter where you were seated I swear. And the Q&A session ... oh my god. They are adorable. And rude. I don't know if I want to scream because they're so cute or because I feel so attacked. And they are all so kind and funny and beautiful and talented and I know that I'm definitely going to see them again in the future damn it even if I have to fly to South Korea to do so.
The fans—the Hidden KARDs—are so nice and friendly that I'm proud to be a part of the fandom not only for the artist but also for the fans. Everyone was so supportive of all the members despite having a bias, and the FAN CHANTS dear lord everyone was singing along for the most part (the mics were loud though, so we could still clearly hear KARD) but when the fan chants came on people legit screamed (including me) and it was such a positive environment (oh god the feels ...). I made so many new friends there so easily so don't be scared to go to a concert alone—you all have your love of K-Pop in common.
I can't wait to see KARD again in the future, whether it's in the United States or in South Korea, and I wish them all the happiness and good health in the world. I look forward to their continued success, and I know that I'll be supporting them all the way. KARD 화이팅!!