IU Completes “Love, Poem” Tour Drawing Over 60,000 Local & Overseas Fans

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Truly amazing, IU wrapped up her “Love, Poem” concert series with a resounding success!

After four domestic stops in November, IU extended her tour to six Asian cities in December this year.

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From Kwangju to Jakarta

Starting in Kwangju, IU brought her music in Incheon, Busan and Seoul. Thereafter, she visited key Asian cities including Singapore, Manila and the last stop in Jakarta.

READ: [Concert Recap] IU Takes An Enchanting Performance In Her “Love, Poem” Concert In Singapore

Proving her star power, the clamor for tickets to her shows are sold out both in the domestic and overseas venues.

Replicating the impressive ticket-selling turnout in Kwangju, Incheon and Busan, the Seoul stop took only a minute to sell over 20,000 tickets, kakaO M, IU’s agency announced on October 25.

In Singapore, additional show was added to accommodate the clamor of fans who wanted to witness the amazing music of the singer-songwriter. Likewise, both dates for her show in Jakarta were filled to the rafters.


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Intent to start anew after celebrating her 10th anniversary, IU’s latest music tour scintillates with a glimpse of her growth as an artist.

Aside from belting fan favorite songs, the talented songstress also incorporated her new songs from her latest album. She effortlessly powered her popular tracks “Palette”, “BbiBbi” and “Through the Night” to name a few.

Paying homage to her early songs, she also showcased “Red Shoes”, “Hold My Hand”, and “Good Day”.

In her local concerts, fellow artist appeared to support IU. That includes Crush, Paul Kim, Gummy, Jang Beom Jun, MAMAMOO and AKMU.

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Going extra mile, she made sure to gift international fans with popular local songs in Asian cities she visited. In return, IU was stunned how her fans can sing along the Korean songs with her easily.

Another beautiful feat for the singer-actress’ music journey, IU looks forward to another concert tour where she can spend meaningful time with her fans.

Source: Sports Donga



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