2AM, a South Korean ballad group, is gearing up for their first concert in nine years! 2AM released the official poster for their upcoming show, ‘2AM Concert 22 S/S,’ on their official Twitter account on January 17th. The event will take place at the Blue Square MasterCard Hall in Seoul on February 12 and 13. The teaser image depicts a floral clock with hands pointing to 2 o’clock.
Take a look at the official poster, which can be found below:
‘2AM Concert 22 S/S’ comes after 2AM’s seven-year absence, which began in November 2021 with the release of their fourth mini album, ‘Ballad 21 F/W.’ ‘Should’ve known’ and ‘No good in good-bye’ were the EP’s double title tracks. Bang Si Hyuk (‘hitman’ bang) authored and composed ‘Should’ve known,’ while Park Jin Young wrote and composed ‘No good in good-bye.’
2AM (Changmin, Jo Kwon, Lim Seulong, and Jeong Jinwoon) debuted in 2008 as part of the eleven-member One Day, alongside their ‘brother’ group 2PM. 2AM had a commercial success, with their album “I Was Wrong” hitting number one on the Gaon Album Chart for the first time in 2010. Until 2014, JYP Entertainment and Big Hit Entertainment (now HYBE LABELS) shared management of the group.
‘2AM Concert 22 S/S’ will be the group’s first live performance in nine years, following the release of ‘NOCTURNE’ in 2013. 2AM will share the feelings they have had from their first meeting with their fans to the present through their upcoming concert. Interpark will begin selling tickets for the concert on January 19 at 8 p.m. KST (4:30 p.m. IST).