Concertgoers are cancelling their tickets to Big Bang member Seungri's upcoming '1st Solo Tour - The Great Seungri - Final in Seoul'.
The finale concert, set to take place over two days from February 16-17 at the SK Olympic Handball Arena in Olympic Park, will mark Seungri's last official activity before his mandatory military enlistment.
However, the controversy surrounding Seungri's involvement in club 'Burning Sun's management has led many buyers to cancel their ticket purchases. According to various ticketing site on February 7, 394 seats remain open for Seungri's show set for February 16, and 454 seats remain open for the show set for February 17. Furthermore, concertgoers are flooding ticketing community boards with inquiries on how to receive refunds for cancelled tickets.
Back on February 2, Seungri revealed in regard to the violence, management, and drug distribution controversies surrounding 'Burning Sun', "I was not on site when the violence occurred. I was a director of the club in charge of promotional matters, and did not participate in the operational or management side. As I was a member of the directorial board at the time of the incident, I will take responsibilities where they are due."