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If you want to watch the ball drop, again your simplest bet is to check out the Times Square Live Broadcast. Arirang is also good because groups have a little more time to interact with fans. Have your goods out and ready as to not hold up the line. As a sidenote — YG singers use this format but do application by email.
For information on how to contact them, see below! As foreigners who probably do not have fan club membership, it is important to bring as many things as possible or else you may get moved too far back and get cut from the recording. Highly recommended!
But all of the above will be broadcasting the slightly anti-climactic drop. Pre-recordings take place earlier in the day with an individual artist or group filming only their song.
Dream Center is at the end on your right with a riverside park area accessible across the street. As a fan, this is important because there are two ways to get into a recording.
Usually the fanstaff lets people scatter and come back at a later time.
Music Bank is one of the harder shows to get into. I will cover the Official List first and then the Fan List way. You can also head to their websites, as some, like CNN , won't even require a login to watch the general revelry. This used to be the preferred way of entry for most groups, until companies started prohibiting fanclubs from staying overnight and took over the lists themselves. The person managing the sign will text back with your number and the check-in time keep in mind this number is not final, numbers get shifted around when official fanstaff arrives and begins checking for goods.
Inkigayo along with Music Core usually take the most amount of people for prerecordings 300-400. He'll be streaming for 12 hours, along with surprise guests.
Usually most fan clubs are allowed in for it, so make sure you check with the staff after the recording. Walk down the street.