IU’s Concert Staff Reveals What She Is Really Like In Person

An Instagram post by an alleged staff member revealed what it is like to prepare for the upcoming concert tour with IU.

The staff, who chose to remain anonymous, shared IU’s professional work ethic on his Instagram account.

Source: Dispatch

 “IU rehearses with the full band at least four times a week, which itself is insane. She sings non-stop for six hours, which will result in her flawless performance during the show.

— IU’s Concert Staff

He also praised IU’s endurance and stamina regarding her choreography practice sessions.

“As for her performance, IU treats the choreography sessions like three hours of non-stop aerobic exercise. She does not show any physical limitations when it comes to her endurance. That must be a reason why she is called the dancing Goddess, and a dancing queen.”

— IU’s Concert Staff

 

It was later revealed that the post was actually a concert promotional article written by her manager as if it were written by an anonymous staff/fan.

 

He posted this nice and sweet Instagram message to show his true loyalty to the singer he has worked with for years.

Fans already know that this is not the first time that he revealed this kind of cute personal story about IU.

IU’s Manager Had To Say This To Make Her Go To A Fan Sign Event

 

Below is the full Instagram post and its translation:

Source: @hanteoo

“This is the real deal. I work as a close staff member, and I will share some details about her preparation. Please note that I cannot share too much information, in order not to be in breach of confidentiality.

First of all, IU rehearses with the full band at least four times a week, which itself is insane. She sings non-stop for six hours, which will result in her flawless performance during the show. She sings beautifully.

As for her performance, IU treats the choreography sessions like three hours of non-stop aerobic exercise. She does not show any physical limitations when it comes to her endurance. That must be a reason why she is called the dancing Goddess, and a dancing queen.

Today is her Busan concert and I watched the rehearsal in awe yesterday. It was mesmerizing to see her perform on a stage after seeing her practice in a room for many days. You will not regret it. It is clear that she worked really hard to prepare for the concert. She will deliver at the concert and her fans will be satisfied. I would like to enjoy the show as a member of the audience as well.”

— IU’s Manager

Source: Dispatch
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