Balladeer Sung Si-kyung will hold year-end concerts, according to the singer’s agency.
Jellyfish Entertainment said on Monday that his concerts, titled “The Last Day,” will be held on Dec. 30 and 31 at Seoul Olympic Park in Songpa District, southeastern Seoul.
Sung’s year-end concerts have become an annual ritual for the singer’s fans since he started doing them in 2011. The 36-year-old singer is reportedly involved in every process of the concerts, from stage direction to stage design.
Sung broke into the music scene in 2001, and his first album, “Like the First Time,” became an instant hit thanks to his mellow voice.
But he has been away from the music scene for a while and instead has been hosting TV shows, including “What Shall We Eat Today,” “Witch Hunt” and “O’live Show.”
Tickets will go on sale starting at 8 p.m. on Oct. 15 through Hana Free Ticket.
By Sung So-young
source: Korea Joongang Daily