Super Junior singer Cho Kyuhyun is fighting back against scalpers that are taking advantage of fans desperate to watch his upcoming solo concert Fall Again this November, reports Allkpop .
Posting on Twitter over the weekend, Kyuhyun said he would not feel good if fans patronize scalpers and assured them not to worry about not being able to watch their favorite idol live.
“I hope that you will not buy tickets from those that sell to receive a [profit],” he wrote. “If you are an E.L.F, if you are Kyuhyun’s fan – if you come like that, I don’t think you will be happy and I wouldn’t feel good either. There is a lot of time for performances. Don’t worry.”
Kyuhyun will be performing his solo concert on November 6-8 and 13-15 at the SMTOWN COEX Artium’s theater.
Kyuhyun’s appeal comes after SM Entertainment announced plans to take action against ticket scalping for the upcoming solo concerts of their artists, particularly Kyuhyun, SHINee’s Jonghyun and Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon.
The measures will be taken after resale sites were shown posting up to $600 for tickets to the popular shows.
The Story by Jonghyun was held on October 2 to 4 and again on October 8 to 11.
Meanwhile, Taeyeon’s Very Special Day will run from October 23 to 25, and October 31 to November 1.
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