It is fair to assume Girl’s Day’s agency, Dream Tea Entertainment, would never have expected the reception to a lunch meet-and-greet with the girl group will be at an event to meet 300 fans and have lunch with them.
After announcing on Monday (Jan 20) that 300 tickets are up for grabs for fans to have lunch with Girl's Day on on Wednesday (Jan 22) in the Seoul district of Nonhtun-dong, the event was sold out within a minute, reported Soompi via Nate.
Yes, 60 seconds was all it took for all 300 tickets to the luncheon to be sold out.
This sold-out event shows not only the star power that Girl's Day currently enjoy in the K-pop market, but also their integrity at keeping a promise they made to fans.
The group made a vow to invite their fans to a sumptuous meal at their album showcase on Jan 3 of their new mini album.
“If we win No. 1 on a music program, we will invite our fans to a yummy lunch,” the members of Girl's Day said then.
After its comeback, Girl’s Day swept music charts with “Something.” They won No. 1 on MBC’s “Show Champion,” on Jan 8, No. 1 on MBC’s “Music Core and Jan 11,” and on Jan 12, they won No. 1 on SBS’ “Inkigayo.”