2PM's Lee Jun-ho to hold solo concerts in January

The poster for Lee Jun-ho's upcoming solo concerts [JYP ENTERTAINMENT]

Singer and actor Lee Jun-ho, also known as Junho of boy band 2PM, will hold two solo concerts in January, his agency JYP Entertainment said Wednesday.

The concerts, titled "The Day We Meet Again" (translated), will be held on Jan. 13 and Jan. 14 at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium in Songpa District, southern Seoul.

The concerts are Lee's first solo concerts in five years since "Junho The Best In Seoul" in March 2019.

Ticket sales for members of Lee's fan club will open on Monday at 8 p.m., and for the members of the band's fan club will open on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

General ticket sales will open on Dec. 20 at 8 p.m.

All tickets will be available on Interpark.

Junho debuted as a member of 2PM in 2008 under JYP Entertainment. The band is known for "Heartbeat" (2009), "My House" (2015) and "Hands Up" (2011). He started his acting career with the 2013 film "Cold Eyes." His recent acts were roles in MBC's "The Red Sleeve" (2021) and JTBC's "King the Land."

Lee recently embarked on his Asia fan meet-and-greet tour, "Junho The Moment 2023," in October and visited eight Asian cities, such as Taipei, Taiwan, Manila, Philippines and Hong Kong.

He also released two singles last month. He dropped the Korean version of the single "Can I" on Nov. 3, which was first released in Japanese. He released a digital single, "Nothing But You (Korean ver.)," on Nov. 29.

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