Tickets for singer Park Jung-min’s fan meeting sold out in ten minutes of going on sale, announced his agency CNR Media on Wednesday.
According to CNR, tickets for Park Jung-min’s first exclusive showcase event in Korea slated for January 22 at 7 p.m. in the Dome Art hall in Children’s Grand Park, sold out in 10 minutes of reservations opening on Tuesday.
Park, who was set to release his first album in last November, delayed the date to next year due to the nation being in a state of mourning after North Korea unexpectedly shelled South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island the same month, taking the lives of two soldiers and two civilians among other casualties caused.
Park's first solo album “Not Alone” is now set to go on sale on January 20 of next year.
Park debuted as one of the members in boy band SS501 along with Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Kyu-jong, Heo Young-saeng and Kim Hyung-jun in 2005. He signed with CNR media in August to continue with his singing career after their contract with DSP Media expired in June this year.
His first exclusive fan meeting in Osaka and Tokyo in Japan held on December 22 and 23 respectively, attracted some 7,000 fans.
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