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Shin Hye Sung, Kim Dong Wan and Lee Min Woo Launch Solo Activities Following Shinhwa

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2012.11.08 16:36 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The 14 year old idol group Shinhwa made its big return this year, and its members Shin Hye Sung, Kim Dong Wan and Lee Min Woo are now aiming to continue the rave with their solo activities.

Shin Hye Sung, Kim Dong Wan and Lee Min Woo Launch Solo Activities Following Shinhwa

On March 10, Shinhwa released its studio album The Return, and not only scored high ranks on the music charts but also sold out all 24,000 tickets for its concert held in Seoul in just 40 minutes.

The individual members have also been showing they′re big giants themselves.

Kim Dong Wan recently transformed into the ′single daddy′ Kim Tae Pyung on the KBS1 drama Cheer Up, Mr. Kim, proving his prowess in acting. For his solo fanmeeting held in October, he even sold out all 2,000 seats in the venue in five minutes.

The 4,000 tickets for Lee Min Woo′s upcoming concert M Lee Min Woo Christmas Live Concert Original also sold out in two minutes after they were made available on November 2.

Sales for Shin Hye Sung′s solo concert to be held from December 30-31, the 2012-2013 Shin Hye Sung Concert - The Year′s Journey, are coming up on November 9 through Interpark and Yes 24, and are expected to continue the big examples set by Kim Dong Wan and Lee Min Woo.

A rep from Liveworks Company told enews on November 8, "We′re thankful that so many have been showing their interest in the members′ solo activities also. The members are all working hard to live up to the fans′ expectations. Lee Min Woo and Shin Hye Sung are preparing great songs and performances for their upcoming concerts, so please keep your eyes on them."

Photo credit: Liveworks Company

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