YG Entertainment is opening a hologram concert hall at Korean amusement park Everland, YG said in a statement Friday.
Yang Min-seok, C.E.O of YG, and officials from related firms Everland, government-related organization Korea Creative Contents Agency and telecommunication company KT, will attend an opening ceremony for the hologram concert hall at Everland near Seoul in Korea tomorrow.
Dubbed “K-Pop Hologram : YG at Everland,” the high-tech theater is the first project between hologram content investment-distribution joint venture NIK [Next Interactive K], which the major agency established in partnership with KT and web design company d’strict.
YG will be in charge of creating the hologram graphics of their top artists including PSY, Big Bang and 2NE1, presenting vivid visual images and more-than-real experiences of the K-pop stars with advanced audio systems, the firm explained.
After operating free-of-charge for a while, its show currently featuring only PSY but later include Big Bang and 2NE1, will have its formal opening again in the second half of this year.
NIK is reportedly eyeing distributing its contents to further venues including other theme parks in Korea and 20 more theaters including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, North America and Europe until 2015.
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