Treasure to hold three-day Seoul concert in December
Treasure will hold a three-day concert at the KSPO Dome in December.
Titled "2023 Treasure Concert [Reboot] in Seoul," the upcoming concert will be the boy band's first solo concert in a year and the first after the band announced a "reboot" in June.
The concert will be held for three days, on Dec. 15, 16 and 17, at the KSPO Dome in Songpa District, southern Seoul, making it the second concert by Treasure to be held at the venue, one of Korea's largest indoor concert venues.
"Fans will be able to see a more upgraded Treasure, in terms of its [vocal and dancing] abilities," YG Entertainment said in a press release. "As the boy band recently completed its Asian tour ['Hello'] this year, performing 40 performances in 17 cities around Asia […] the energy and solid vocal abilities that the boy band built up during the tour will complete the tour."
Tickets to the concert will be first sold to the fan club members on Oct. 13. Fan club members will have to register for a preorder from Oct. 4 to 8 on Weverse. General ticket sales will begin on Oct. 18. There will be "VIP" tickets with which the concertgoers can go to the sound check before the concert begins.
The band debuted through an audition program aired on JTBC2, "YG Treasure Box" (2018–2019). The agency initially planned to debut two bands — as it did with boy bands Winner and iKON in 2013 — named Treasure and Magnum. But it decided later to roll out just one band with 12 members.
Treasure currently consists of 10 members: Choi Hyun-suk, Jihoon, Yoshi, Junkyu, Yoon Jae-hyuk, Asahi, Haruto, Doyoung, Park Jeong-woo and So Jung-hwan. Mashiho and Bang Ye-dam left the band in November 2022.
Treasure will hold a fan meeting at the Tokyo Dome on Nov. 12, making Treasure the first Korean artist to host a fan meeting event at the venue.
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BY CHO YONG-JUN [firstname.lastname@example.org]