In March, BoA will perform at a concert honoring the 20th anniversary of her debut. On March 11 and 12, BoA will perform alone in Seoul, South Korea, to mark the 20th anniversary of her debut. The event is titled “BoA 20th Anniversary Live THE BoA: Musicality.”
This event will be jam-packed with exciting performances that will allow spectators to reflect on BoA’s distinctive musical career and mark the 20th anniversary of her debut. Since her “BoA LIVE TOUR 2019 – #mood in SEOUL” in 2019, the singer won’t be performing on stage by herself till this anniversary performance. Fans can anticipate a unique present from her concert.
Additionally, for fans worldwide who cannot attend in person, the concert on the second day, March 12, will be aired live at the same time through the global platform Beyond LIVE.
BoA is the stage name of Kwon Bo-ah (Korean: born November 5, 1986), a South Korean singer, composer, dancer, producer, and actress. She has been dubbed the “Queen of K-pop” and is one of the most popular and significant Korean entertainers.
BoA was founded by SM Entertainment talent agents in 1998 while accompanying her older brother, a music video director, to a talent hunt. BoA was born and raised in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. After receiving two years of training, she made her stage debut in August 2000.
Twenty studio albums by BoA have been released, including ten in Korean, nine in Japanese, and one in English. She had several appearances on television, including as a judge for the reality competition K-pop Star (2011–2013), an actor for the drama Listen to Love (2016), a host for Produce 101’s second season (2017), and a coach for The Voice of Korea’s third season (2020).
BoA was able to achieve commercial success outside of South Korea in China, Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore thanks to her abilities to sing in Japanese, English, and Mandarin. After the obstacles that had prevented the import and export of entertainment between the countries since the end of World War II fell, BoA became the first South Korean pop singer to break through in Japan with the release of her debut Japanese studio album, Listen to My Heart (2002).
She is one of only three female artists to have six consecutive number-one studio albums on the Oricon charts since her debut, the other two being Japanese singers Ayumi Hamasaki and Hikaru Utada. She is the only foreign artist with three albums that have sold more than one million copies in Japan.
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