Former Highlight member Yong Jun-hyung to hold Hong Kong solo concert on June 29

Singer Yong Jun-hyung will hold a solo concert called “Beautiful Dystopia” in Hong Kong, according to his agency, Black Made. [BLACK MADE]

Singer Yong Jun-hyung will hold a solo concert in Hong Kong in June for the first time in 10 months.

Yong's upcoming “Beautiful Dystopia” concert will be held on June 29 at Hong Kong's AXA Dreamland. His most recent performance in the region was part of the “Loner's Room” concert last September.

“Beautiful Dystopia” is the title of his third EP released on March 25. The album has ranked No. 1 on iTunes Top Album Charts in six regions and entered the Hong Kong Apple Music Albums chart, according to his agency, Black Made.

Yong has held a concert for his Hong Kong fans last year titled “Loner’s Room.” [BLACK MADE]

Yong debuted in 2009 as part of the six-member band Beast under Cube Entertainment. The group changed its name to Highlight after signing with the label Around US Entertainment in 2017.

Yong left Highlight in March 2019 after drawing controversy for watching illicit videos taken by singer Jung Joon-young. He started his solo career in November 2022 under Black Made, his independent label.

The singer was reported to be dating fellow singer HyunA in March after the two were seen holding hands in an airport in Thailand.

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