Seo Tai-ji Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Debut

  • By Kwon Sueng-jun

    September 04, 2017 10:51

    K-pop icon Seo Tai-ji staged a concert to mark the 25th anniversary of his debut at Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul on Saturday.

    Seo debuted in 1992 as the leader of the boy band Seo Tai-ji & Boys, which disbanded in 1996. Since going solo, he has released five full-length albums and two singles albums.

    His latest release is an album of remakes of his hits re-recorded to celebrate the career milestone. He collaborated on the album with many young acts including rising boy band Bangtan Boys, Crush and Urban Zakapa.  

    Seo Tai-ji performs with Bangtan Boys at his concert at Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul on Saturday. /Courtesy of Seo Tai-ji Company

    At the concert, he sang his hits of the past 25 years in chronological order, starting with his debut and most iconic song, "I Know," which catapulted him to superstardom. He was joined by Bangtan Boys, also known as BTS, with whom he reenacted dance moves from the Seo Tai-ji & Boys days.

    Some 35,000 ardent fans packed the concert and sang along with him throughout the show.

    Seo thanked his fans for their continuous support over those long years and said he was looking forward to his 30th anniversary.  

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