South Korean actor and singer Kim Jae-joong will be heading to Malaysia as a solo artiste for the first time in September.
The concert, now called 2022 Kim Jae Joong Asia Tour Concert, was previously supposed to be held in March 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic. It will now be held on Sept 23 this year at Plenary Hall, KLCC in Kuala Lumpur.
The star last performed in KL in 2010 with his group, JYJ. He is set to be the first South Korean artiste to hold a concert in Malaysia since the lockdown.
Jae-joong, who made his debut back in 2003 under TVXQ/Dong Bang Shin Ki, left the group with two other members (Kim Jun-su and Park Yoo-chun) in 2010 and formed the group JYJ under C-Jes Entertainment.
The multi-talented artistes has also acted in dramas such as Protect The Boss, Dr Jin and Manhole amongst others.
He's also popular in Japan where he has held several tours and participated in variety shows.
And to the delight of his fans, he also released the song Sixth Magnitude Star with Jun-su for the Japanese drama Waru – Who Said That Working Isn’t Cool?.
Organised by iMe MY, the 2022 Kim Jae Joong Asia Tour Concert In Kuala Lumpur will be held at Plenary Hall, KLCC on Sept 23 (Friday) at 730pm. Tickets are priced at RM787, RM687, RM587, RM487 and RM387, excluding an RM4 processing fee. Concert tickets are available from www.ticketcharge.com.my on June 24 (Friday) from noon onwards. Each transaction is limited to a maximum of six tickets only.
Every ticket comes with an opportunity to receive a fan benefit (selected on a random basis based on the ticket barcode) which will be announced at a later date. For the safety and wellbeing of fans, attendees are required to wear masks throughout the concert. For more ticketing details and updated information regarding the concert, visit iMe MY's Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.