[Talk to the town] David gets groove on in front of Korean crowd
Fans of R&B singer Craig David gathered in Olympic Park last night to see the English pop star perform at Olympic Hall, located in Olympic Park, southern Seoul.
David, who debuted in 2000 with the single “Fill Me In,” was scheduled to perform “7 Days” and many of his other hit songs at the event, dubbed Craig David Live in Seoul - Hyundai Card Super Concert V.
He was also scheduled to sing “What’s Your Flava?,” “Insomnia” and “Rise & Fall,” as well as show off some of his trademark dancing skills, organizers said.
As part of the performance, David said he would sing a tribute song to the late Korean president Kim Dae-jung. The singer made the announcement when he arrived in Seoul on Tuesday - the same day that Kim passed away. During a press conference held immediately after his arrival in Korea, David said he had “just heard the news” about the death and offered his condolences to the former president’s family.
By Lee Hae-joo, Contributing writer