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Akdong Musician Launches National Tour with Support of IU, Lee Hi and More

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2014.11.21 10:51 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

With Akdong Musician beginning its first national tour on November 21, IU will be showing her support.

Akmu Camp will launch from November 21 to 23 in Blue Square Samsung Card Hall, Hannam-dong. As it is Akdong Musician′s first national tour, the fans’ anticipation is high.

Akdong Musician will be presenting performances of chart topping songs, such as 200% and Give Love, as well as the songs from the debut album Play. The group will also be presenting performances of Time and Fallen Leaves, which was the hidden track that was not revealed in the debut album Play and gathered attention with its poetic lyrics and beautiful melody.

Akdong Musician Launches National Tour with Support of IU, Lee Hi and More

Akdong Musician’s upcoming concert will be staging special guests. Lee Hi, who recently formed the new unit Hi Suhyun along with Akdong Musician’s Lee Su Hyun and received love for the song I’m Different, will be attending as the guest for four days straight.

IU, who has a special relationship with Akdong Musician, will also be attending. Akdong Musician guested on IU’s small theatre concert in May and this time, IU will be making a guest appearance, proving her closeness to Akdong Musician. Apart from her, Jung Sung Ha, who is famous for being a genius guitarist, and Yoo Seung Woo will be showing their support as guests.

Akdong Musician will be carrying out the national tour starting with the Seoul concert. The group will be spending the end of this year with the fans by launching a concert in Daegu on December 6, Gwangju on December 24 and Busan on December 31.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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