Lee Jun-ho to hold solo concert in January next year
Lee Jun-ho to hold solo concert in January next year
Group 2PM member and actor Lee Jun-ho will hold a solo concert in January next year, marking a spectacular start to 2024.

According to JYP Entertainment on the 13th, Lee Jun-ho will hold the '2024 Lee Jun-ho CONCERT Re-meeting Day' at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Songpa-gu, Seoul for two days on January 13th and 14th, 2024. Along with this, a poster was released.

In the released poster, Lee Jun-ho caught people's attention by conveying delicate emotions with his moist eyes. The upcoming solo concert 'The Day We Meet Again', which will be held in Korea in January, is an extension of the Japanese solo arena tour 'LEE JUNHO Arena Tour 2023 "Mata Aeru Hi" (The Day We Meet Again)' held in July and August of this year and the 2019 It has a special meaning as the first domestic solo concert held in about 5 years since '2PM JUNHO SOLO CONCERT JUNHO THE BEST IN SEOUL' in March. Lee Jun-ho is expected to give fans cozy winter memories with his warm eyes and voice.

Lee Jun-ho gave a passionate performance in this year's drama 'King the Land' and ranked first in Netflix's global TV category. Following 'Red Sleeves', it led the two consecutive box office hits and captured the hearts of global fans. Thanks to its popularity, the solo fan meeting tour 'JUNHO THE MOMENT 2023' was held in eight Asian regions, starting from Taipei last October to Macau, Manila in the Philippines, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Bangkok in Thailand. The Moment 2023) was successfully completed. Lee Jun-ho will start 2024 with a solo concert and focus on his trend.

Lee Jun-ho released the fall special single 'Can I (Korean Ver.)' on November 3. This is the Korean version of the local special single released to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Lee Jun-ho's Japanese solo debut. Lee Jun-ho participated in writing the lyrics himself, and Hong Ji-sang, a prominent writer who created many famous songs in the music industry, took charge of writing, composing, and arranging the song. You guessed it right. Also, on the 29th of the same month, he released a new digital single 'Nothing But You (Korean Ver.)', which he wrote and composed himself, and the title song of the same name. The new song is a Korean version of the OST 'Nothing But You' from 'Roses and Tulips', the first local film released in Japan in April 2019, and was loved for its bright and happy story.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter kkk39@tenasia.co.kr translated by google