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BTS’ Jungkook announces details of first solo live show

'Golden Live On Stage' will mark the release of his debut solo album 'Golden'.

By Will Richards

BTS' Jungkook. (Picture: Bighit Music)

BTS’ Jungkook has announced details of his first ever solo live show, dubbed ‘Golden Live On Stage’.

This summer, the K-pop singer officially launched his solo era with ‘Seven’ featuring US rapper Latto, which arrived with a music video starring South Korean actor Han So-hee as his on-screen girlfriend.

He then confirmed details of debut solo album Golden, releasing the song ‘3D’ with Jack Harlow. Golden will be released on November 3 and later that month he will take to the stage in Seoul for his first gig as a solo artist.

On November 20, he will play the Jangchung Arena, with the show being streamed live online for fans. It will stream at 11am UK time on the day.

A message on the Weverse platform said of the show: “Jungkook ‘Golden’ Live On Stage will feature performances of various tracks in the album.

“We eagerly anticipate your love and support you’ll bring to this unique showcase with the artist.”

BTS' Jungkook
Jungkook (Picture: Wikimedia Creative Commons/ I DARE U JK)

Ahead of the album campaign, Jungkook also made two of his solo songs more available on streaming services.

‘Still With You’ and ‘My You’ were released in 2020 and 2022, respectively, as part of BTS’ annual Festa celebrations. The tracks were only released on SoundCloud or YouTube initially, but are now available on streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music.

Back in 2021, the singer spoke to Rolling Stone about his work ethic and efforts to expand his own skillset. “People say that I excel, that I’m an all-rounder. Of course, I excel in some areas, but I don’t think it necessarily helps to bask in those talents and gifts,” he said.

“You can only improve in a certain area when you really practice, when you really try, when you deep-dive into it. So I really don’t want to think myself as an all-rounder. I just want to keep trying and working hard. And of course I do feel pressure, but those pressures can also drag me to work hard and do best at what I do.”