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Double S 301 to Hold Concert in Seoul

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2016.02.04 16:25 bntnews Bae Jung Yun

Double S 301’s Seoul concert will be held at Blue Square Samsung Card Hall in Hannam-dong from May 19 through 20.

On January 14, Double S 301 unveiled its teaser image as a surprise and announced its comeback. With the teaser in suits, Kim Kyu Jong and Heo Young Saeng released their teaser videos in consecutive orders and dragged people’s attention by containing different charms of each member. Additionally, the upcoming teaser video of Kim Hyung Jun will also draw fans’ curiosity.

Double S 301 to Hold Concert in Seoul

Its comeback was announced after seven years since the original soundtrack My Head Is Bad in Boys Over Flowers from 2009. Upcoming concert will include its new songs from the new album called ETERNAL5 and it is raising the fans′ expectations by making the event with the group’s various charms.

On February 4 at 4 p.m. KST, the ticket will be sold to the public through Interpark and a vigorous ticketing war will be continued.

Moreover, this event is a new foothold for members to meet their fans after each members’ long breaks such as military service, solo activity and others. Double S 301 is receiving attention from the fans in and out of the country and even from the mass public.

CI ENT said, “Every member is practicing hard with great passion and love for the upcoming comeback album and the Seoul concert. They will show off well-made album and performance, so please give lots of love and support for their comeback.”

Meanwhile, Double S 301 will hold its comeback showcase at Art Hall of Lotte Card Art Center on February 15 at 8pm KST. It will release their new mini-album ETERNAL5 on the following day.

Photo credit: CI ENT

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