Dream Concert (South Korea)

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Dream Concert
Joint concert by various K-pop artists
GOT7 performing at Dream Concert 2015.jpg
Dream Concert 2015
Duration1995 - present
Websitehttp://www.dreamconcert.kr/

Dream Concert (드림콘서트) is one of the largest K-pop joint concerts in South Korea, which has been annually hosted by the Korea Entertainment Producer's Association (KEPA) since 1995.[1] Each year, a number of the most popular K-pop artists of the year join the event for performance.[2]

Locations and dates[edit]

Date City Venue Host Artist lineup
May 13, 1995 Seoul, South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium Kim Seung-hyun, Lee Bon
June 15, 1996 Lee Hoon, Kim Ye-bun
May 17, 1997 Lee Hoon, Han Sung-ju
May 23, 1998 Ryu Si-won, Kim Hee-sun
May 15, 1999 Kim Jin, Kim So-yeon
May 20, 2000[3] Ahn Jae-mo, Kim Min-hee
May 19, 2001[3] Song Chang-hwan, So Yoo-jin
April 20, 2002 Yoo Jae-suk, Chae Rim
May 17, 2003 Kangta, Lee Hyori
June 5, 2004 Kim Dong-wan, Kim Tae-hee
July 9, 2005 Jun Jin, Andy, Ock Joo-hyun
May 27, 2006 Danny Ahn, Han Eun-jung
June 9, 2007 Lee Hwi-jae, Eugene
June 7, 2008 Park Soo-hong, Song Ji-hyo, Kim Hee-chul
October 10, 2009[4] Seoul World Cup Stadium MC Mong, Song Ji-hyo, Kim Hee-chul
May 22, 2010 Ok Taec-yeon, Shin Se-kyung, Kim Hee-chul
May 28, 2011 Song Joong-ki, Goo Hara, Kim Hee-chul
May 12, 2012 Ok Taec-yeon, Han Seung-yeon, Im Si-wan
May 11, 2013 Onew, Goo Hara, Yoon Doo-joon
June 7, 2014 Kangin, Eunhyuk, Baek Jin-hee
May 23, 2015 Leeteuk
June 4, 2016 Leeteuk, Kim So-hyun, Hong Jong-hyun, Mingyu, Jeonghan
June 3, 2017 Leeteuk, S.Coups, Lee Sun-bin
November 4, 2017 Pyeongchang County, South Korea Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium Leeteuk, Jin Se-yeon, Tony An
May 12, 2018 Seoul, South Korea Seoul World Cup Stadium Yoon Shi-yoon, Seol In-ah, Cha Eun-woo
May 18, 2019 Leeteuk, Jeon So-min, Gongchan

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greetings". Korea Entertainment Producer's Association (KEPA). Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  2. ^ "2018 Dream Concert to be held in May". The Korea Herald. 2 April 2018. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b Due to the conflict between the KEPA and SM Entertainment, SM's artists did not join the concert in 2000 and 2001.
  4. ^ The concert in 2009 was supposed to be held in May but it was postponed due to the death of former President Roh Moo-hyun in that month.