Posted by beansss AKP STAFF Monday, October 7, 2019

City of Seoul planning construction of Korea's first ever K-Pop concert hall 'Seoul Arena', set to open in 2024


The city of Seoul will be seeking to build South Korea's first ever concert hall solely dedicated to K-Pop, the 'Seoul Arena'.

The city will be discussing the construction and funding of the 'Seoul Arena' with numerous different construction and investment companies including KDB, Future Assets, NH Investors, Daewoo Construction, Jaeil Construction, Woomi Construction, Kakao, and more beginning in October, with aims to wrap up contract negotiations by June of 2020. Afterward, the project aims to begin construction in September of 2020, finish building by the end of 2023, with aims to open in January of 2024. 

Set to be located near Seoul's Changdong-station, the 'Seoul Arena' will aim to be not only the nation's first ever K-pop concert venue, but also the largest indoor concert hall in Korea with a capacity of 19,300, in addition to including small performing halls, film screening theaters, and more. 

Do you want to see the 'Seoul Arena' come to life?


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ygwinner-1,028 pts Tuesday, October 8, 2019 4
Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Maybe now they can finally just hold MAMA in Korea instead of this nonsense of holding it in another country. Lol.


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Shiki_kywketsuki175 pts Tuesday, October 8, 2019 0
Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Kinda surprised after reading this article that South Korea doesn't have that many large stadiums indoor or outdoor largest indoor is like 11k and outdoor is almost 70k. Like no wonder getting tickets in korea is a nightmare there is no place big enough. When bts came to the UK the tickets sold out so quickly and that was for a stadium of 90k. Plus bts popularity is bigger in korea. Even for other acts the demands are so high that means they have to put on more shows just to meet demands. Considering how much korea has been getting in terms of income from kpop and also the increase in tourism because of it; I am surprised they haven't done something like this sooner.



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