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YG Entertainment to Open Up Hologram Concert Hall for Big Bang, 2NE1, and Psy Performances

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2014.01.16 17:13 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

If you missed a YG artist’s concert, don’t fret, because you can watch it whenever you want with a new hologram feature.

On January 17, YG Entertainment will reveal the first Big Bang hologram concert at the shopping center, Lotte Fitin, located in Dongdaemun History & Culture Park.

YG Entertainment to Open Up Hologram Concert Hall for Big Bang, 2NE1, and Psy Performances

KT Corporation, with YG Entertainment and the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning, created the first ever hologram hall called Klive, where the concerts of Big Bang, 2NE1, and Psy will be showcased. The hall will seat 500 people, taking over the ninth and tenth floor of the shopping complex.

YG Entertainment previously showcased 2NE1 and Psy’s hologram performances at Everland, but this is a first for Big Bang.

Klive will play Big Bang’s Fantastic Baby and Bad Boy, 2NE1’s I Am The Best and Fire, and Psy’s Gangnam Style and Gentleman.

“The hologram footage is so high-quality that it’ll be hard to tell whether it’s real or fake,” explained YG Entertainment. The agency also talked about dynamic walls being installed inside the entire concert hall, along with an excellent sound, lighting, and other special effects systems, allowing the audience to feel as if they were at an actual concert event.

“We plan on opening up Klive in Jejudo, Myungdong, and other tourist areas,” said YG Entertainment, revealing its plans to even open up hologram concert halls in other countries.

Klive will be in operation from 2PM (KST) to 11PM (KST) everyday, except Mondays. More shows will open starting March.

Photo Credit: YG Entertainment

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