DAY6 to reunite for first concerts in four years

Boy band Day6 will hold concerts in December. [JYP ENTERTAINMENT]

K-pop rock band DAY6 will hold three solo concerts this December, its agency, JYP Entertainment, said Tuesday.

The concerts, titled “The Present: You are My Day,” will be held at Korea University’s Hwajeong Gymnasium in Seongbuk District, northern Seoul on Dec. 22, Dec. 23 and Dec. 24.

The concerts will be the band’s first in four years; its most recent performance took place in December of 2019.

The concerts will be the first occasions when all four members appear together following their completion of mandatory military service. All able-bodied Korean men must serve 18 months or more in the military, depending on their branch.

Wonpil was the final member to complete his service, which ended on Monday.

Ticket sales for members of the band's fan club will be open from 8 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 5 and Dec. 6. General ticket sales will open on Dec. 7 at 8 p.m.

More detailed ticket information will be available on Day6’s official social media channels at a later date.

DAY6 debuted under JYP Entertainment in 2015 as the agency’s first rock band. The band currently consists of four members — guitarist and vocalist Sungjin; bassist, guitarist and vocalist Young K; keyboardist and vocalist Wonpil; and drummer and vocalist Dowoon. It is known for hit songs including “Congratulations” (2015), “You Were Beautiful” (2017), “Time of Our Life” (2019) and “Zombie” (2020).

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