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Eddy Kim Sells Out First Concert in 5 Minutes

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2014.05.12 16:19 Newsen Jung Jee Won Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Recently debuted, Eddy Kim sold out his first exclusive concert 2 Years Apart in just five minutes.

On May 12 at 2PM (KST), Eddy Kim opened up his concert ticketing through Auction tickets and managed to sell out the entire venus in just five minutes after ticketing began.

As it′s a rare feat for a rookie singer to hold an exclusive concert just one month after his debut, Eddy Kim′s 2 Years Apart concert is receiving much attention in and out of the music industry.

Eddy Kim Sells Out First Concert in 5 Minutes

During this concert, Eddy Kim will perform the songs on his debut album, The Manual. Eddy Kim will also be greeting fans with other charms, making the anticipation grow for this concert.

Meanwhile, Eddy Kim released his debut album The Manual in April, making his title song The Manual rise to number one on several music charts and receive acknowledgment from the public. He is also being spotlighted as a rookie musician, who is managing to stay high up on music charts continuously.


Eddy Kim has also been spotted on real time charts of search engines for his apperances on MBC′s We Got Married, Mnet′s the Beatles Code, and other variety programs, rising to be an entertainer as well.

After revealing his concert plans, Eddy Kim revealed that he is constantly practicing for the concert with videos and photos through his official fancafe (http://cafe.naver.com/eddyroad), Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/officialEddyKim), Instagram, Twitter, and other forms of social media.

Eddy Kim will also continue meeting fans through fansignings for The Manual on May 16.

Photo credit: Mystic89

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