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Paul McCartney to perform in South Korea for first time
Paul McCartney will hold his first-ever concert in South Korea.
The former Beatle canceled his “Out There” stop in the country last year due to illness. He plans to perform in Seoul’s Jamsil Baseball Stadium on May 2, Yonhap reported.
Hyundai Card, which attempted to bring McCartney to Korea last year, is again organizing the event with the music legend.
Hyundai Card CEO Ted Chung posted a link to an ad for the show on his Twitter Thursday.
McCartney is the composer of many of The Beatles’ most-loved songs, including “Hey Jude” and “Let It Be,” and was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame as a solo artist.