Top 10 Selling Concerts For Female Celebrities In South Korea Within The Last Year

#1 is definitely the reigning queen of K-Pop.

With 2023 coming to the fourth quarter, we’ve seen many different concerts from various idols from the second half of 2022 up to now. Curious to know how female idol concerts have been doing in terms of sales? Here are the top 10 concerts by girl groups or female soloists from mid-2022 to mid-2023!

1. IU

IU’s The Golden Hour: Beneath the Orange Sun sold out a total of 87,5780 seats over two days. It was held at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. IU’s concert was one of the most sought-after events of the year. Even celebrities had difficulty scoring tickets.


BLACKPINK’s BORN PINK WORLD TOUR kicked off at the KSPO Dome in Seoul. Both days of the Seoul leg sold out around 20,060 seats. The capacity was compromised due to the stage layout.

3. Taeyeon

Taeyeon’s solo concert in 2023, The Odd of Love sold out two days at the KSPO Dome with 17,843 people.


The 5th World Tour: READY TO BE kicked off in Seoul at the KSPO Dome. The girls did not sell out their tickets for the Korean concert. They sold 13,792 seats over two days.

5. Red Velvet

Red Velvet’s 4th Concert, R to V did not sell out their venue at the KSPO Dome. They sold 11,562 seats in two days.

6. Baek Yerin

One of South Korea’s most beloved indie singer-songwriters, Baek Yerin’s Square sold out three days at the SK Handball Stadium. As the venue was an intimate one, she sold 11,477 seats over three days.


Their first ever solo concert, Flame Rises, sold out three days at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium. They sold a total of 10,635 seats.


MAMAMOO’s My Con kicked off at the SK Handball Stadium. They sold out three days at a total of 10,441 people.

9. (G)I-DLE

I am FREE-TY in Seoul sold out two days at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium, selling a total of 9869 seats.

10. Younha

One of South Korea’s most popular balladeers, Younha sold out her year-end concert, c/2023YH, at the SK Handball Stadium. Both days sold out, with a total of 9,493 seats sold.

Of course, these are just the numbers for their domestic tours. As K-Pop expands globally, artists are selling out venues all over the world!

Source: Nate Pann