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IU Is Coming to Hong Kong For A Two-Day Live performance This Could

IU Is Coming to Hong Kong For A Two-Day Live performance This Could

South Korean superstar IU just announced her upcoming world tour, ‘H.E.R’. IU will make a stop in Hong Kong for a two-day concert at the AsiaWorld-Expo in May.

In total, she will perform in 18 cities across the globe. She will kick off the tour in Seoul before jetting off to Asia, Europe, and the US. Keep reading to find out more details.

IU is holding a two-day concert in Hong Kong

IU delighted fans with an announcement of a long-awaited world tour. The Korean soloist will first perform in Seoul for four shows and head to other cities in Asia with stops in Yokohama, Taipei, Singapore, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Manila, and Kuala Lumpur.

Then, she’ll also perform briefly in London and Berlin and return to Asia for concerts in Bangkok and Osaka. She’ll be flying to the US and holding concerts in Newark, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Rosemont, and Oakland. Finally, she’ll wrap up the tour in the US with a performance in Los Angeles.

IU’s ‘H.E.R’ world tour dates and cities

Mark your calendar for the dates, cities, and venues below.

03.02-03.03 — Seoul (KSPO Dome)
03.09-03.10 — Seoul (KSPO Dome)
03.23-03.24 — Yokohama (Yokohama Arena)

04.06-04-07 — Taipei (Taipei Arena)
04.20-04.21 — Singapore (Singapore Indoor Stadium)
04.47-04-28 — Jakarta (Indonesia Convention Exhibition)

05.25-05.26 — Hong Kong (AsiaWorld-Expo)

06.01 — Manila (Philippine Arena)
06.08-06.09 — Kuala Lumpur (Axiata Arena)
06.21 — London (Ovo Arena Wembley)
06.23 — Berlin (Mercedes-Benz Arena)
06.29-06.30 — Bangkok (Impact Challenger)

07.06-07.07 — Osaka (Asue Arena Osaka)
07.15 — Newark (Prudential Center)
07.19 — Atlanta (State Farm Arena)
07.22 — Washington D.C. (Capital Arena One)
07.25 — Rosemont (Allstate Arena)
07.20 — Oakland (Oakland Arena)

08.02 — Los Angeles (Kia Forum)

From ‘Little Sister’ to superstar

IU or Lee Ji-eun is one of the most recognisable names in the South Korean entertainment industry. She debuted as a singer when she was fifteen years old and her albums and singles have received mainstream success. Due to her popularity, she was given the title of Korea’s ‘Little Sister’.

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Out of her five studio albums and nine EPs, five have reached number one on the Gaon Album Chart alongside 30 number-one singles. This feat made her the solo artist with one of the most number-one songs in South Korea. Since 2012, IU has been included in the top ten of Forbes Magazine’s Korea Power Celebrity list five times.

In addition to being a force in the K-pop scene, IU also cemented herself as a formidable actress. She starred in the popular teen drama, Dream High in 2011 and has since worked on other big projects like The Producers, Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo, and My Mister

Specifically in My Mister, she received critical acclaim for her performance which earned her first Best Actress nomination at the Baeksang Arts Awards. She received her second Best Actress nod for the series, Hotel Del Luna.

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This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong

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