H.O.T. reunion concert
That's right, you didn't misread that. K-Pop legends and one of the first "idol groups" H.O.T. are getting back together for their first concert in 17 years. Here at StubHub you can find a range of H.O.T. tickets for their 2018 reunion concert, so get yours today and don't miss out on the chance of a lifetime. H.O.T. were, and perhaps still are, one of the biggest groups in K-Pop history and they decided to get back together thanks to the amazing reception they received when the group appeared on the South Korean reality TV show Infinite Challenge. This attention showed that there is still a whole lot of love for one of the most popular K-Pop boybands of all time. So, the question on everyone's mind must be how can I get H.O.T. concert tickets? So far, all we know is that there will be just a few concerts, at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in the South Korean capital Seoul. With no news of more concert dates, this may be your only chance to see H.O.T. live in concert. So make sure you don't miss out!
H.O.T. - the stars of the 1990s
H.O.T is a five-member South Korean boy band that was created by SM Entertainment in 1996. The band members are Moon Hee-joon, Jang Woo-hyuk, Tony An, Kangta and Lee Jae-Won. Their debut H.O.T. album, We Hate All Kinds of Violence, was released in September 1996 and sold over a million copies. Featuring songs like "Descendants of Warriors" and "Candy", the boyband became hugely popular, especially among teenage girls, and the group would go on to win Best New Artist at that year's Golden Disc Awards. H.O.T. are often credited with starting the idol group trend and Hallyu Wave that we are currently experiencing with the likes of BTS and EXO. The 1990s boyband sold over 12 million records in their native South Korea, as well as proving hugely successful in China and Japan. The other H.O.T. albums are Wolf and Sheep (1997), Resurrection (1998), I Yah! (1999) and their last album Outside Castle (2000). Much to the disappointment of their legions of fans, in 2001 the group broke up following a contract disagreement with SM Entertainment. Happy news for H.O.T. fans is that they will perform all their best songs, including "A Song For Lady", "Hope" and "We Are the Future", live in 2018, with this concert certain to sell out, buy your H.O.T. 2018 tickets before they are all gone.
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