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Park Hyo-shin to hold concert in March

  • Published : Nov 14, 2018 - 10:37
  • Updated : Nov 14, 2018 - 10:37

Veteran ballad singer Park Hyo-shin confirmed Wednesday that he would hold a solo concert in March 2019.

“Although 2019 will be the 20th anniversary year of the singer, the planned concert will not be titled to celebrate the 20th anniversary,” said Glove Entertainment, representing Park. “The specific schedule is not yet fixed and will be announced as soon as it is confirmed.”

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The upcoming concert will take place at Gymnasium Hall in Olympic Park at Seoul. It comes more than two years after the singer’s “I Am A Dreamer” concert in October 2016.

Park debuted in 1999 with the album “Thing I Can’t Do For You.” He produced multiple megahit tracks including “Snow Flower” released in November 2004 as part of the original soundtrack of the KBS2 drama series “I’m Sorry, I Love You.”

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Park has also shown his talent in musicals, playing the main character in “The Man Who Laughs.” He won the best actor in a leading role award with the character of Gwynplaine in “The Man Who Laughs” at the 2018 Yegreen Musical Awards held in October this year.

By Kim Hye-soo (clairek@heraldcorp.com)