Winner and Younha to Join Epik High During Incheon Concert
Winner and Younha will rise to the stage as special guests at Epik High′s upcoming Incheon concert.
After completing the concert in Seoul, Shanghai, and Beijing, Epik High will begin its national tour starting December.
During the Seoul Concert, Epik High had Younha, MYK, Yankie and more as special guests. On the upcoming December 19 Incheon concert, to be held at the Incheon Samsan World Gymnasium, Winner will be featured as a guest.
The Winner members attended the Epik High Seoul concert, having fun as audience members and showing their close relationship with Epik High. Song Minho, in particular, participated in Epik High′s Born Hater, getting attention for his aggressive and tough rap. People are waiting to see if Minho will join Epik High during the Born Hater performance.
Along with Winner, Younha will also be featured as a guest. Younha has already guested in four of the Seoul concerts for Epik High and was recently added to the Daegu Concert and now Incheon as well.
For this national tour, Epik High has been preparing a different setlist for each city, showing much attention. With concerts in China and Japan, it wasn′t an easy decision, but Epik High decided to create a different concert for each city to have a special time with fans.
Epik High recently completed the Epik High Japan Live House Tour ′Parade 2014~2015 concert at the Shibuya WOMB on November 27.
At the concert, Epik High showcased hit songs from its newly released eighth album Shoebox, including Spoiler, Happen Ending, as well as other hit songs that were newnly produced for Japan, Fly, Love Love Love, and more.
Epik High will release its first license album in Japan, Shoebox-Japan Edition on December 24.
The trio will continue its concert tour at Tokyo′s Shinjuku BLAZE on November 28, Nagoya′s Aichi BOTTOMLINE on November 29, Osaka′s Shinsaibashi SUNHALL on November 30, and Osaka′s BIGCAT Live House on December 1.
Following the Japanese tour, Epik High will begin touring Korea, starting with Daegu′s Chunma Arts Center on December 7, Incheon′s Samsan World Gymnasium on December 19 and Busan′s Sohyang Theater on December 28.
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