American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson will be giving her first concert in Seoul during her visit to Korea next month, according to a press release by concert organizer Supernatural on Tuesday.
The singer, who became famous after winning the first season of popular U.S. TV show "American Idol" in 2002, will be performing at Seoul's Olympic Park Olympic Hall on May 4 as part of her "All I Ever Wanted World Tour," which kicked off in Europe in February.
During her visit, the songstress will also be serving as a guest judge on local music channel Mnet's singing competition show "Super Star K-Season Two," Korea's equivalent of "Idol".
Clarkson, 27, has released four studio albums since winning "Idol" which have sold over 20 million copies worldwide. Some of her many hit singles include "A Moment Like This", "Breakaway", "Since U Been Gone", "Because of You" and the recent "My Life Would Suck Without You".
She has won a number of awards to date including two MTV awards, 11 Billboard awards and two Grammys in 2006 for Best Pop Vocal Album for her second album "Breakaway" and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the single "Since U Been Gone".
Tickets for the concert are currently available on the following websites: http://ticket.interpark.com, http://ticket.auction.co.kr and www.yes24.com.
Reporter : Lynn Kim email@example.com
Editor : Jessica Kim firstname.lastname@example.org
<(c)10Asia All rights reserved>