SEOUL, K-pop boy band SHINee will hold its first-ever online concert next month after coming back from a two-year hiatus, the group’s management agency said Saturday.

The concert, titled “Beyond LIVE – SHINee: SHINee World,” will be livestreamed on April 4 on V Live, a streaming platform of the country’s leading internet portal operator, Naver, SM Entertainment said.

It will be the four-member group’s first solo concert since a February 2018 performance in Japan.

They will showcase tracks from their seventh full-length album, “Don’t Call Me,” released last month.

“Don’t Call Me,” the main track of the album, has topped the regional iTunes albums charts in 45 countries, including the United States, Canada and Britain.

Since debuting in 2008, SHINee has released numerous chart toppers, including “Sherlock,” “View” and “Ring Ding Dong,” garnering popularity not only in Asia but in America and Europe as well.

Source: Yohnap News Agency