PSY is back, probably greater than ever, with a new concert film on Disney+.
The concert film showcases his famous Summer Swag concert. It took place last Summer in various South Korea cities, like Incheon, Suwon, Yeosu, Busan, Daegu and Seoul.
He toured a total of seven cities domestically. And he recently visited Singapore to play a set at Marquee Singapore – the island’s largest nightclub.
Born Park Jae-sang, his upcoming film will feature hours of singing, dancing, and jumping to his infectious beats. It will provide global fans the same immersive experience, just like any concert-goer who attended his show last year.
It will take viewers on his journey throughout all ten shows in seven cities and ten shows. According to a press release, the film will also include performances of his iconic hits Gangnam Style (2012) and That That (2022).
Despite the scorching summer, PSY’s passionate performance drew in an impressive 350,000 fans. Through the 87-minute concert film, viewers can experience the electrifying energy of the event for themselves.
According to The Korean Herald, the “exact run time of the film is yet to be decided”. But it will be around 87 minutes.
PSY is the first K-pop artist to reach #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 with a track that took over the world: Gangnam Style (2012).
Thanks to his addictive hits, he has earned himself a massive following. And fans can now witness his latest concert through this film.
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The release of PSY SUMMER SWAG 2022 on Disney+ follows the success of a slew of K-pop related content available on the platform.
This includes BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA (2022), a 4K concert film featuring the K-pop septet’s live performance at Los Angeles’ Sofi Stadium in November 2021. Super Junior’s titular documentary Super Junior: The Last Man Standing (2023), which dropped in January.
Additionally, BTS member J-hope recently got his own documentary while Suga’s is slated for release soon later this month.
You can stream PSY SUMMER SWAG 2022 from 3 May, on Disney+.
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