Charlie Puth adds one more concert in Seoul

American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth [AP/YONHAP]

American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth added one more day to his Seoul concert in October, concert organizer Live Nation Korea announced Monday.

Alongside the Friday and Saturday concert announced in early June, the singer-songwriter will also be performing on Sunday, October 12, at the KSPO Dome in Songpa District, southern Seoul.

The concert will be a part of his ongoing tour, "The 'Charlie' Live Experience."

"We are adding one more performance … after selling out both days of the performance," Live Nation Korea said in a press release.

Puth first visited Korea in 2015 to promote his album and held two concerts, one in 2016 and most recently in 2018.

After his success with the song "See You Again," Puth created more hit songs such as "We Don't Talk Anymore" (2016), "Suffer" (2016) and "Attention" (2017).

He teamed up with Jungkook of boy band BTS to release "Left and Right" (2022), which peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart after it was released in June last year.

Tickets to the added Sunday performance will be sold from Wednesday noon, alongside additional tickets on Friday and Saturday, with restricted viewings also being available at the same time.

Tickets range from 77,000 won ($58) for seats with restricted viewings to 110,000 for B-level seating, 154,000 for standing tickets and 187,000 for P-level seats.

A VIP package priced at 414,000 won is also available, giving early access to concert venues, sound check sessions and Q&A sessions with the singer himself. The package also comes with limited-edition merchandise and signed posters.