SG Wannabe Tickets
Scream for K Pop heartthrobs SG Wannabe!
Contain your excitement as the romantically mysterious South Korean superstars SG Wannabe return to the stage to melt the hearts of fans across the globe. The trio shot to fame with their debut hit ‘Timeless' in 2004 and have since revolutionised their nation's music scene with glorious vocals, tear-jerking ballads and unique fusion of K Pop/R&B. Check out all upcoming dates and buy or sell SG Wannabe tickets through StubHub!
Big-budget music videos supporting vocal prestige
The group, consisting of Kim Yong-jun, Kim Jin-ho and Lee Seok-hun, burst into the spotlight with their debut album ‘SG Wannabe+' in 2004, although they quickly gained their mysterious reputation as they chose not to appear on music shows or in their music videos. Instead, fans fell for the magical vocals, the music and the dramatic, mini-movie style music videos. The music video for ‘Timeless', for example, attracted significant attention as it starred some of the top South Korean actresses and actors of that time, such as Yunjin Kim (‘Lost', ‘Mistresses') and Sol Kyung-gu. Allegedly, the production cost around 2 billion won and was the first of a two-part music video drama series, with the second accompanying SG Wannabe's second single ‘I Loved You to Death'. The album was an immediate hit, selling upwards of 200,000 copies and earning Best Newcomer nominations at the Seoul Popular Music Awards and the Golden Disc Awards. The three-piece built on this initial success with their follow up effort ‘Saldaga', which once more showcased their phenomenal vocal ability and saw more than double the sales of ‘SG Wannabe+'. Three more albums followed in 2006, 2007 and 2008 before taking a well-earned hiatus. Now they're coming out of the shadows for one of K pop's most exciting comebacks! Be quick to buy SG Wannabe tickets before they sell out, they're right here on StubHub now!
The K Pop craze goes worldwide
Whilst the origins of K Pop can be traced back to the beginning of the 1990s, the term didn't gain general popularity until the 2000s. It was primarily used to refer to domestic pop music in South Korea, although, as contemporary music in the nation developed as a result of worldwide cultural influences, from hip-hop and R&B to Jazz and Gospel, K Pop became a much broader term. Today, the K Pop craze has spread across the world, with giant acts such as BTS and BLACKPINK performing huge London shows in 2019 and Red Velvet scoring three number one hits on the Billboard World Albums chart. Go back to where the hype began and grab SG Wannabe tickets, up and ready to buy or sell via StubHub today!
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