Korean soloist Kim Woojin announces Asian stops for ‘Still Dream’ world tour
Written by ABR on 09/02/2023
South Korean singer Kim Woojin has announced the Asian stops for his ongoing ‘Still Dream’ world tour, which will take him to Singapore, Bangkok, Manila and more.
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Asia-based event organiser Onion Production announced all six stops and dates for the tour’s Asian leg yesterday (February 8). The ‘Still Dream’ Asian leg will kick off in late March with a show in Manila, before moving on to Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Taipei through to April 1, in that order. Kim will then conclude his tour of Asia with a final performance in Tokyo on April 3.
Tickets for all six Asian ‘Still Dream’ shows will go on sale from February 14 at 11AM local time onwards, via Kim’s official website. Details regarding venues and prices have yet to be unveiled at the time of writing.
김우진 KIM WOOJIN 1ST WORLD TOUR 2023
Tickets go on sale 14 Feb 11 am local time
23 Mar – Manila
25 Mar – Singapore
26 Mar – Bangkok
29 Mar – Hong Kong
01 Apr – Taipei
03 Apr – Tokyo pic.twitter.com/vQtVMZTJkJ
— Onion Production (@onionprdctn) February 8, 2023
Kim embarked on the ‘Still Dream’ world tour in July 2022, beginning with its European leg. The K-pop idol had taken his tour across eight countries in Europe – Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Netherlands, France and the UK – before moving on to its Latin American leg. In September 2022, Kim went on to perform a handful of shows in several cities within Brazil, Mexico and Chile.
The ‘Still Dream’ tour is in support of Kim’s most recent release, ‘The moment : 未成年, a minor’. The six-track record – headlined by lead single ‘Ready Now’ – was first released in August 2021, and marked his debut record as a soloist. That album also included the pre-release single ‘Still Dream’ as a B-side, which was first released in July 2021.
The dates of Kim Woojin’s ‘Still Dream’ Asia tour are:
Thursday 23 – Manila, Philippines
Saturday 25 – Singapore
Sunday 26 – Bangkok, Thailand
Wednesday 29 – Hong Kong
Saturday 1 – Taipei, Taiwan
Monday 3 – Tokyo, Japan
In other K-pop news, girl group Billlie were confirmed by their label, Mystic Story, earlier this week to be returning with their fourth mini-album next month. While specifics about the release remain scarce at the time of writing, the seven-piece’s forthcoming music will mark their first since their last record, ‘the Billage of perception: chapter two’, dropped in August 2022. That EP was led by title track ‘RING ma Bell (what a wonderful world)’.
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