Famous singer/songwriter Lee Seung Hwan has broken the record for the longest concert in Korean history. He performed for an astonishing 9 hours and 30 minutes.
Lee Seung Hwan, who turned 53 at the end of last year, sang a total of 93 songs during his LAST PPDAY concert at Korea University’s Hwajung Gymnasium. The concert went on from 4 pm until 4 am and only had two intermissions.
Lee also held the previous record of 8 hours and 27 minutes which he set in 2016. He thanked his staff and fans after the concert:
I don’t stick to the state I had yesterday, I keep evolving. It was possible because of my fans and staff members.
– Lee Seung Hwan
Lee Seung Hwan will be releasing an album to celebrate his 30th anniversary on October 15th.