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SG Wannabe Lee Seok Hoon's First Solo Concert Sells Out in 5 Minutes

By Staff Writer | September 21, 2012 09:38 PM EDT

SG Wannabe Lee Seok Hoon's First Solo Concert Sells Out in 5 Minutes
SG Wannabe Lee Seok Hoon's First Solo Concert Sells Out in 5 Minutes (Photo : d)

SG Wannabe member Lee Seok Hoon's first solo concert has been sold out.

On September 20, Lee Seok Hoon's tickets were being sold on Interpark and was sold out in 5 minutes. This is his first album since his last one in 2 years.

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Many fans that have patiently been waiting for his new album were up and ready to purchase tickets before the opening time because they wanted to make sure they got first row tickets.

Lee Seok Hoon commented, "I didn't know that the response would be this great. I promise to show a great performance for my fans."

He will be performing songs from his upcoming album as well as past songs.

This concert will be held on October 19-21 at the Samsung Hall at Ehwa Woman's University.

Tagged :  SG Wannabe, Lee Seok Hun

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