A few weeks ago, Hype Malaysia exclusively broke the news that 4 of the hottest South Korean Hip-hop male acts are slated to perform in Kuala Lumpur.

Titled “Above Ordinary Malaysia”, the K-pop stars include Simon Dominic (정기석), Jay Park (박재범), Dean (권혁) and Rad Museum (Soh Jaehoon). After much anticipation, we finally have the ticketing details to their concert.


Dean ,who is no stranger to Malaysia, was the first Asian artiste to perform in Spotify House. Since releasing his first EP “130 mood : TRBL” in 2016, the talented artist has been working to establishing himself in the US.

Another K-pop star who has been making waves in America is Jay Park. Despite his venture into the English music industry, the former 2PM boybander has continuously won the award of “The Artist of the Year” on Korean Hip-Hop awards as well as “Musician of the Year” in 2017’s Korean Music Awards.

Simon Dominic’s latest single was “Me No Jay Park”  but fret not, it wasn’t a diss to Jay Park. Besides the trio, fans should also look out for Rad Museum (or Camper), who has a deep interest in different types of artwork and exhibitions.

Brought to you by Alive Asia, the details to “Above Ordinary Malaysia” are as follows:

  • Date: 3rd of November 2018 (Saturday)
  • Venue: Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach
  • Time: 8pm
  • Ticketing: RM598 (Rock Zone Free Standing), RM458 (Block A & B Numbered Seat), RM248 (Block C & D Numbered Seat), RM128 (Blue Zone Free Standing)

The official launch will be held at Sunway Lagoon Main Entrance (Information Counter) on Saturday and Sunday (6th October and 7th October) from 12pm until 9pm. Online tickets will go on sale via Ticket Hub on 8th October at 12pm onwards.

Good luck in securing your tickets K-pop fans 😉

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