Is South Korean singer Hyolyn coming to Manila?

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED June 6, 2018 02:53 pm

(Inside Manila) Get ready K-Pop fans because TOYCON PH has awesome news for you. Little do people know, the biggest gathering of toys hosts a Poplife Fanx Sound Arena where some of the biggest names in the music industry are invited to grace their stage and perform in front of thousands of con-goers. This year, it is bringing J-Pop idol Kissbee, The Black Eyed Peas’ apl.de.ap, and—drumroll—Hyolyn!



Hyolyn is a South Korean singer-songwriter best known as a former member and leader of the South Korean girl group Sistar, a group that has had notable accolades throughout the years. Some of their best hits are “Touch My Body” and “Lonely.”



Sistar's last music video with Hyolyn was entitled "Lonely."



Hyolyn is now a solo performer under the management of her own self-started production company Bridʒ. It's not confirmed yet if Hyolyn is going to have a Meet-and-Greet portion at the convention but on the off-chance that there is, then SISTAR fans—STAR1—in the Philippines must be the luckiest fans this weekend.


She’s going to be at TOYCON 2018 on June 9 and if you’re only in it for Hyolyn, a single-day pass costs P600. Tickets are available on the event proper but you can purchase in advance via SM Tickets. Hurry though, because they might sell out fast.


Meanwhile, check out her latest music video:





TOYCON 2018 is happening from June 8 to June 10 at the SMX Convention Center Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. For more information, visit www.toyconph.com or follow TOYCON PH on Facebook.

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