Kim Jae Hwan from Wanna One will hold an offline concert for 3 days from December 24th –Kstyle

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Kim Jae Hwan from Wanna One will deliver a year-end gift to fans at an audience concert for the first time in two years.

Kim Jae Hwan will hold a solo concert “Welcome” in Seoul on December 24th, 25th and 26th at the Seoul Performing Arts High School. The “welcome” tour will start in Seoul and will be held in four areas: Daegu, Busan, and Seongnam.

Through the “welcome” held by the audience for the first time in about two years, Kim Jae Hwan will overcome the corona sword with the fans and will be more proactive in showing off the best stage and impressing.

“Welcome” is a performance that delivers a welcome greeting directly to WIND (the name of the fan) who had no choice but to look at it like an untouchable illusion when he could not enjoy the concert offline. A special stage was also prepared to convey a mysterious and fantastic atmosphere and respond to the cheers of the fans.

Kim Jae Hwan, who has sold out all the solo concerts he has held so far and has shown his singing ability and charisma to fill the stage by himself, will show what kind of live stage this “welcome” will be. Interest is growing.

Kim Jae-hwan, who is nicknamed “Vocal Cords Drance (Transformer)” by fans because he sings songs of various genres with different voices, also selected the “welcome” set list himself. The performance will also feature his own songs and special performances with his passion for music.

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Kim Jae Hwan’s Christmas, which will give WIND a gift-like time through the year-end performance, is likely to be even more special.

“2021-22 Kim Jae Hwan Concert[歓迎]”in SEOUL” will be produced by SPRING ENT, sponsored by SWING Entertainment, and will be pre-sold at fan clubs from December 1st through INTERPARK tickets, and general sales will start on the 2nd. Tickets for regional performances of the tour will be sold at weekly intervals.

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