Comeback Korean band Shinhwa returning to S’pore in June

Shinhwa will be having a one-night only performance in Singapore this June. (Photo courtesy of UnUsUaL Enterta …

After a four-year hiatus, Korean boy band Shinhwa is finally back on stage and will be performing in Singapore this June.

The "2012 Shinhwa Grand Tour: The Return" concert on 16 June marks a celebration of the band's 14th year in the industry as well as a comeback for the members -- Eric, Lee Min Woo, Kim Dong Wan, Jun Jin, Shin Hye Sung and Andy -- who have fulfilled their mandatory military service during the four-year break.

Best known for their soulful vocals, heavy choreographed dance styles and charismatic performances, the pretty boys will be treating fans to a string of familiar tunes such as "Hey, Come On!", "Perfect Man" and "T.O.P" as well as fresh tracks from their latest album, "Venus" and "Hurts".

Audiences can also look forward to a video specially prepared by the band members to thank fans for their support through the years. The group last performed on Singapore's shores in 2006 at the Indoor Stadium to about 6,000 fans.

Watch their latest music video "Venus" here:

The concert will be held on 16 June, 7pm at Resorts World Convention Centre. Tickets will be priced from S$208 to $268 and will be available at www.sistic.com.sg and all SISTIC counters from 26 April.

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