SHINee brings 15th anniversary concert film, My SHINee World, to Singapore’s Golden Village

The concert film My SHINee World will see limited screenings exclusively in Golden Village from 17-19 Nov at GV Grand, Great World City

Ashley Cheah

| November 2, 2023
My SHINee World
A still from SHINee’s concert film, My SHINee World. Photo: Golden Village Pictures/Purple Plan

Celebrate SHINee’s 15th anniversary as they bring their concert film, My SHINee World, to Singapore.

The film will see limited screenings exclusively in Golden Village from 17-19 Nov at GV Grand, Great World City. There will only be three screenings of the film in Singapore.

The boy band made their debut with Replay (2008). And they have since dished out countless tracks like Ring Ding Dong (2009), Lucifer (2010) and more. More recently, they are also known for building up their sound with songs like Don’t Call Me (2021) and their latest release Hard (2023).

Through the years, SHINee have proved themselves capable artists, which fans can witness themselves through the concert film too.

The film will include members’ performances in their latest concert, Shinee World VI: Perfect Illumination. In addition, there will also be footage from their five previous SHINee World concerts as well.

Read more: The return of second-gen K-pop boy bands: SHINee, Infinite and more…

My SHINee World is the work of director Lee Hu-bin, who co-directed the Netflix series Black Knight (2023). Aside from live performance footage, fans can also expect unreleased footage and behind-the-scenes stories told.

Tickets to the screening went on advance sale today (2 Nov) at 3PM SGT. They are priced at S$24 for members of the Golden Village Movie Club, and S$28 for the public. Ticket prices include exclusive premiums, like an A3 poster and a set of photocards, which viewers can collect before the screening session.

In other SHINee news, member Key recently made his solo comeback with Good & Great (2023). Conceptualised in an office setting, the dance-pop number opens with addictive piano chords and is pretty easy on the ears.


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