Singer and producer Park Jin-young (50), a ‘perpetual active player’, will hold a solo concert in Japan for the first time in 7 years.
According to his agency JYP Entertainment on the 23rd, Park Jin-young will perform “GROOVE BACK’ IN JAPAN” at Pia Arena MM in Yokohama, Japan on January 28-29, 2023. On January 17, 2016, she reunites with her local fans for the first time since her solo performance at NHK Hall in Shibuya, Tokyo.
Park Jin-young is known as the K-pop representative producer who produced 2PM, Twice, Stray Kids, and ITZY, which have also been popular in Japan.
In particular, in 2020, when JYP discovered NiziU members through the “Nizi Project” in collaboration with Sony Music, Japan’s largest record label, he emerged as a new Hallyu star as a mentor with “warm charisma.” His idioms were also very popular in the local area. NiziU held a recent concert at Tokyo Dome, Japan’s mecca for concerts, drawing 100,000 people over two days, solidifying their position.
Park Jin-young is determined to prove to Japanese fans that he is still active as a ‘eternal tantara’, not as a producer this time. She plays her hit songs live with her band, including her new song ‘Groove Back’, which recently sparked her dance challenge craze.
Park Jin-young will hold a concert called ‘Groove Back’ at the Olympic Hall in Olympic Park, Seoul on December 22-25 prior to the Japanese performance.
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