Old-school group Turbo plans concert series
The reunited K-pop trio Turbo will hold a two-day concert in March, marking the 20th anniversary of their debut.
The concerts will be held on March 5 and 6 at Seoul Olympic Park in Songpa District, southeastern Seoul.
Tickets for the shows will become available starting Monday at 5 p.m. via Interpark.
After the Seoul concert, Turbo will head down to Gwangju on March 26 and Busan on April 2.
The K-pop trio reunited after 15 years apart and released a sixth album in December. The newest album’s title track, “Again,” instantly shot to No. 1 on major music portals and TV music shows.
Turbo was one of the top musical stars of the 1990s. The dance group was especially popular for their upbeat dance songs.
Turbo broke into the music scene in 1995 as a duo, and the original members were Kim Jong-kook and Kim Jung-nam, but the latter left the group in 1997 and was replaced by Mickey.
The group then broke up in 2001.
In their reunited form, however, all three members of the group are performing together under the name Turbo.
By Sung So-young