Lee Seung-hwan to release albumVeteran singer Lee Seung-hwan will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of his debut with a concert and new album, his agency Dream Factory said on Friday.
According to the agency, he will be dropping his 12th full-length compilation album, the second part of his “Fall To Fly” series, on Oct. 12, the day he debuted 30 years ago.
The first part of “Fall To Fly,” his 11th album, was released in 2014 and the singer has since released multiple singles that will be included in the upcoming album.
He will also be holding concerts on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 under the title, “Invincible Legend,” at the KSPO Dome in southern Seoul.
“The concert will take a look back at Lee Seung-hwan’s 30 years in music that he began in 1989,” the agency said.
The name of the concert comes as a celebration of the title of the concert series he began in 1999, “Invincible.”
“Lee Seung-hwan has finished organizing the story and stage design for the concert, and only the details are left,” the agency said.
“A series of surprises will be presented that can only be realized through the finest technology in Korea.”
Lee, a legendary figure in Korean pop music, has held over a thousand concerts during his long career, including his national tour series he has held over the past seven months.
Tickets for the upcoming concerts can be bought through Interpark.
By Yoon So-yeon
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