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Gummy Holds a Concert In Japan

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2016.03.14 19:31 bntnews Bae Jung Yun

On April 29, emotional vocalist representative Gummy will hold her first solo concert ‘2016 Gummy Concert in Japan’ at Mt. Rainier Hall in Shibuya, Japan.

Gummy Holds a Concert In Japan

The concert will be held for two times and meet the local fans. She successfully completed her concert tour, which was started from her solo concert held at the Jamsil Arena with the capacity of 5,000 audiences in 2015 and continued to the concert held in Seongnam, Gwangju and Daegu. She will continue her fame by holding the concert in Japan.

Previously, she made her debut with the mini album called ‘Loveless’ in Japan in 2015. She included Japanese version of her national hit song and OST in the album and proved her singing ability. She received a 2011 k-pop new artist award at the Japan billboard music award. Also, she released her second mini album ‘FATE(s)’ in Japan. Moreover, in 2013, she performed her OST called ‘Snow Flower’ on the promotion live show for the drama ’That Winter, The Wind Blows’ and moved 5,000 audiences’ heart.

The concert organizer said, “Gummy’s performance is very unique that she can hold the solo concert with 5,000 capacity, national tour and even the Japan solo concert as a female vocalist. Press and fans in Japan have lots of attention to her music, which can be experienced through her album, OST of the famous drama, music variety program and other various contents. She will prepare the performance that discloses her different image.

Meanwhile, Gummy’s OST ‘You Are My Everything’ from the drama called ‘Descendants Of The Sun’ topped the iTunes k-pop charts in eight different countries. Her national concert’s encore performance called ‘Feel The Voice’ will be held on March 26 and 27 at Blue Square Samsung Card Hall in Seoul.

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