Lady Gaga Debuts Born This Way Ball in South Korea

Pop star's setlist is focused mainly on 'Born This Way' material

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Lady Gaga arrives in Seoul, South Korea.
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Lady Gaga opened her Born This Way Ball tour in Seoul, South Korea despite protests from Christian groups who claimed that the pop star's performance would be "obscene," MTV reports. The protests resulted in authorities making the concert at the Olympic Stadium an adults-only event for a crowd of 45,000.

Gaga's opening night saw the debut of a new stage show featuring an elaborate set design featuring a castle. Gaga's setlist, which you can see below, was very heavy on recent material. The singer performed all of the 17 songs from Born This Way. The performance was relatively light on old songs, but the pop star made a point of playing all of her biggest hits.

"Highway Unicorn"
"Government Hooker"
"Born This Way"
"Bloody Mary"
"Bad Romance"
"Fashion of His Love"
"The Queen"
"Just Dance"
"Love Game"
"Telephone"
"Judas"
"Heavy Metal Lover"
"Bad Kids"
"Hair"
"Black Jesus † Amen Fashion"
"Yoü and I"
"Electric Chapel"
"Americano"
"Poker Face"
"Alejandro"
"Paparazzi"
"Scheiße"

Encore:

"The Edge of Glory"
"Marry the Night"