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[Video] Shinhwa’s 2013 Concert DVD Begins Taking Pre-Orders

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2014.09.11 10:42 Newsen Jung Ji Won Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Shinhwa’s Seoul concert will now be available to the fans in DVD form.

The DVD for Shinhwa’s 2013 Grand Finale The Classic in Seoul concert, which took place over two days on August 3 and 4 last year, began taking pre-orders on September 11 through various online album sites.

Having released the 11th full length album The Classic last May, Shinhwa launched an Asia tour in June of 2013, performing in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo and Beijing, before wrapping up the concert in Seoul, meeting with over 100,000 fans in six cities.

The finale concert that took place last August in Olympic Gymnastics Arena presented a wide stage that allowed the 25,000 fans to interact with Shinhwa as closely as possible.

[Video] Shinhwa’s 2013 Concert DVD Begins Taking Pre-Orders

The Shinhwa’s 2013 Grand Finale The Classic in Seoul DVD set, which is made up of two DVDs, will include Shinhwa’s performance of nearly 30 songs, including the hits Venus, Hero, Only One, Shooting Star, Hey, Come On, Brand New and more.

The DVD will also include the concert VCR clips featuring the Shinhwa members’ parody of the film Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time, the NG parade and special VCR making video.

Shinhwa Company stated, “Shinhwa’s 2013 Grand Finale The Classic in Seoul DVD, which was the finale of the two month long Asia tour last year, will begin taking pre-orders today (September 11). As we put in a lot of efforts into stage elements and planning at that time, we tried to convey the concert’s heat and passion through the DVDs, so we hope that it can become a great gift for the fans.”




Photo credit: Shinhwa Company

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