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Singers to release centennial songs

Feb 19,2019

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the March 1 Independence Movement and the establishment of Korea’s provisional government in Shanghai, several artists, including former figure skater Kim Yuna, left, singer Ha Hyun-woo, right, from rock band Guckkasten and ballad group MeloMance, will be releasing celebratory songs.

The Presidential Commission on Centennial Anniversary of March 1 Independence Movement and Korea Provisional Government announced Monday that songs by these singers will be released today and next week, supported by the organization.

The songs are meant to commemorate independence activists and political figures who have contributed to the foundation of Korea’s modern democracy. They will feature messages that long for further peace and prosperity in the country’s future.

Kim and Ha’s song titled “3456” and MeloMance’s song “Again,” were released today. The duet represents popular historical movements including the March 1 Independence Movement, the April Revolution, the May 18 Democratic Uprising and the June Democracy Movement, all of which were efforts by the Korean people to seek sovereignty, democracy and peace. MeloMance’s song reflects hopes for a brighter future.

By Yeo Ye-rim


















Singers to release centennial songs

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the March 1 Independence Movement and the establishment of Korea’s provisional government in Shanghai, several artists, including former figure skater Kim Yuna, left, singer Ha Hyun-woo, right, from rock band Guckkasten and ballad group MeloMance, will be releasing celebratory songs.

The Presidential Commission on Centennial Anniversary of March 1 Independence Movement and Korea Provisional Government announced Monday that songs by these singers will be released today and next week, supported by the organization.

The songs are meant to commemorate independence activists and political figures who have contributed to the foundation of Korea’s modern democracy. They will feature messages that long for further peace and prosperity in the country’s future.

Kim and Ha’s song titled “3456” and MeloMance’s song “Again,” were released today. The duet represents popular historical movements including the March 1 Independence Movement, the April Revolution, the May 18 Democratic Uprising and the June Democracy Movement, all of which were efforts by the Korean people to seek sovereignty, democracy and peace. MeloMance’s song reflects hopes for a brighter future.

By Yeo Ye-rim




















Crossfaith announces solo concert

Japanese rock band Crossfaith will hold their first solo concert in Korea on March 3 at the Yes24 Live Hall in eastern Seoul.

Crossfaith has performed in Korea three times before, with their first appearance being in 2014 at the Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival. This will be the band’s first solo show in Korea.

The band has made fans from all over the world who enjoy its metal sound, which is both powerful and trendy.

According to concert organizer Yescom, the concert comes as a part of the band’s world tour to celebrate the release of their album “Ex-Machina,” which came out in August 2018.

“This news will be welcomed by Korean fans who have been waiting for the band’s first solo concert,” said Yescom. “The band has prepared something special just for Korean fans.”

“We are so looking forward to performing in Korea. We will be showing our best performance ever,” said Crossfaith through Yescom.

Tickets are available at Yes24’s website and also Interpark.

By Yoon So-yeon













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