Lee Seung Hwan Breaks His Own Record of Longest Solo Concert
Lee Seung Hwan, the rock ballad star, made history yesterday.
On September 19, Lee Seung Hwan held a concert that ran for an incredible six hours and 21 minutes excluding intermission, during which dinner was provided. He sang 66 songs in total from 4:03 p.m. to 11:04 p.m. KST.
He did not hold back and lived up to his reputation as an amazing live singer, perfectly pulling off intense rock songs even towards the end of the concert.
The concert was broadcast all over the world through live stream on Naver‘s mobile application V App, and 350,000 viewers enjoyed the performance.
Lee Seung Hwan’s management company Dream Factory said, “The performance that will never be repeated in history was possible because of the effort and passion of the staff who he has worked with for a long time. The warm response from the fans and their passionate cheers were also a big source of strength to Lee Seung Hwan.”
Meanwhile, Lee Seung Hwan will be releasing “That One Person,” a song from his upcoming mini album “3+3,” on September 21.