Noel Gallagher returns to KoreaBritish singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher, a former member of the rock band Oasis, is paying another visit to Korea with a solo concert in May.
According to concert promotion agency Live Nation Korea Tuesday, Gallagher’s concert will be held at 6 p.m. on May 19 at the Olympic Hall in Olympic Park, southern Seoul.
Gallagher’s visit comes only nine months after he last came to Korea in August. He had promised his Korean fans he would “come back to this amazing place” and kept his promise.
Gallagher was the lead guitarist of the popular band Oasis, which was formed in 1991 and rose to fame with a slew of hit albums, including their debut album “Definitely Maybe” (1994), “Be Here Now” (1997), which became the fastest selling album in British charts, and “Don’t Believe the Truth” (2005). Gallagher left the group in 2009 to work as a solo artist and formed the group Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, releasing hit singles “The Death of You and Me” (2011), “In the Heat of the Movement” (2014) and “Holy Mountain” (2017).
By Yeo Ye-rim