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Jung Yong Hwa to hold fan-meeting in Manila on March 2020

Ticket prices, seat plans and fan benefits inside!

CNBLUE‘s Jung Yong Hwa is set to hold a fan-meeting this March 6, 2020 at the Mall of Asia Arena titled ‘still 622’.

Promoter Ovation Productions released on Friday the ticket prices, seat plans, and fan-benefits.

Ticket prices are in the following (all prices are in Philippine Peso [PHP] and exclude ticketing charges):

  • SVIP 1 (STANDING) – 13,500 (Soundcheck package)
  • SVIP 2 (STANDING) – 13,500 (Send-off package)
  • VIP (STANDING) – 10,500
  • LOWER BOX A – 8,500
  • LOWER BOX B – 5,500
  • LOWER BOX C – 3,500

Ticketing will begin on December 12 (Thursday) 10AM at SM Tickets outlets nationwide and online thru

Fan benefits are below:

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Jung Yong-hwa debuted in 2009 as the leader, lead vocalist, and guitarist of rock band CNBLUE. As an actor, he had also starred in popular K-Dramas such as You’re BeautifulHeartstrings, and The Three Musketeers. He debuted as a solo artist with the album One Fine Day in 2015.

He was recently discharged from Korea’s mandatory military service on November 3 of this year.


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