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Lee Moon-sae is one busy man, and he is phối to get busier as he nears his 30th anniversary concert in June.

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It’s not easy appeasing long-time fans; for reference, there is a Japanese người that’s been lớn 27 of his shows.“There are those who are more enamored with my music than I am,” says Lee on why he owes it lớn himself, and fans, to lớn put in the hard work to lớn make the show great. “It can’t be a show just for the sake of a show.” Although mind you, even if he sung just his big hits from “Sunmix Glow,” “I Am a Happy Man,” “Old Love” & “Gwanghwamun Sonata,” there would still be enough substance khổng lồ keep the audience happy.Regardless, churning out tuy nhiên after song is not the route that the 54-year-old singer wants to lớn take. The anniversary concert must be something special. As Lee looks forward to taking the “Stage of Dreams” at Olympic Park in southern Seoul, he has some ambitious plans in the pipeline.Although the large venue may be a new thing for Lee, the seasoned entertainer knows all about entertaining the masses.From 1998 through 2008 through the “Lee Moon-sae Recital,” he made his way through small venues across the nation, performing some 300 times. Then from 2011 until now he has been busy touring 40 cities at 100 shows under the banner “Lee Moon-sae Sunphối Glow.”Of course there was also a three-show tour in 2010 at a smaller venue in Olympic Park, which brought in 30,000 fans.Yet regardless of venue, Lee has a way with connecting with fans on stage. He has a sort of sentimental leadership that resonates with his followers, especially when performing.With comments like “Have you been eating well? I’d love sầu khổng lồ treat you all lớn a meal if that was possible,” & distribution of letters and rice, being moved seems to come with the cost of admission.At one show, Lee even gave sầu out a oto to one lucky tín đồ that seemed to be enjoying the show the most.

A JoongAng Ilbo reporter sat down with Lee at a cà phê recently, where he spilled the beans on his anniversary plans. Q. The venue is kind of a big giảm giá khuyến mãi, right?
A. Absolutely. I rethành viên at Michael Jackson’s concert people were kicking soccer balls around the back because the stage was so far away. The last five sầu khổng lồ six years, I’ve been occupied with ideas lớn make sure that doesn’t happen at my show. In the over, it boils down to this: talented và supportive staff & taking on a challenge, thinking it could be my last. Your shows are always so full of emotionally charged segments.

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I just try khổng lồ break even through my shows. From the public’s perspective sầu, there is nothing worse than paying for a show that you regret attending later. Even with the upcoming show, if I don’t sell 50,000 tickets, I’ll be broke. But still I think it’s more important that my fans enjoy the show than merely filling the seats.The most significant audience members for me are the ones that are furthest away from the stage, so instead of labeling sections as “A” row và so on, I section off the crowd into lớn “Whistle Row” & “Blue Bird Row” - named after my songs.It has been 30 years since your debut. How vày you feel?I vị feel proud having been able to maintain a position within popular music for the last 30 years. But I don’t like khổng lồ emphaform size the number. It sounds almost lượt thích I’m telling people khổng lồ listen khổng lồ me, lớn watch me because it’s my 30th year. Also, lớn a 17-year-old bạn, the number 30 means nothing.You are preparing your 15th album, I hear. The 14th album was released in 2002, so hasn’t it been a long time?I’ve sầu been given a lot of songs from younger musicians like Yoon Do-hyun & Yoon Jong-shin và will attempt something new và fun. In regard lớn the long pause, a part of it was my laziness and a part of it was because I was afraid to lớn take on the task. Today, people have sầu a way of trivializing music by treating it as a good for consumption. You could say that you need courage in this industry.That’s right. As a musician, you have sầu this sense of duty, if you will. You can’t keep thinking of the past, but because we went from record siêu thị culture lớn this so quickly, you vị feel a bit withered away. It pains me, but hit songs these days are theme songs from dramas và a lot of people claiming they found a great oldie through a singing-audition show. In a sense, I needed a 15th album khổng lồ make some decisions for myself and put things in perspective.Is that why you are so fired up about your concerts và performing?Not exactly, but I thought long và hard about what I was good at. I could shoot commercials & be on television shows, but for me, there is nothing sweeter than success from just singing. Like Michael Jackson, I thought how great it would be if you could just get by doing what you love sầu, and that’s what I’ve sầu been doing. But having said that, I never wanted to lớn bởi cabaret or sing at clubs. I wanted to lớn maintain the chất lượng of my music. I think it would be disrespectful not just lớn me but to the songwriters who worked on the songs if I sold myself short. So I refrained from dinner shows, too.I hear that even after your shows, you don’t like to lớn buổi tiệc ngọt hard.I don’t like promoting that culture of watching TV and sleeping all day aao ước the youth. Instead of going drinking, I’d suggest hiking & check that all staff show up in the morning. After shows, I’ve sầu held athletic carnivals, fishing competitions và even tests. It all becomes great memories, and you need your crew to lớn be happy if you want them to relay that emotion to the fans. There is a difference between a man who loves what he does và one who just does it to get by. You can see this even if he’s just the lights guy. What’s the point of performing lớn a sold-out crowd when you can’t even treat your staff to lớn a meal worth a couple of thous& won?I heard that you refer khổng lồ your fan club as family?Yes, và it’s because people matter. Lee Moon-sae the performer is on TV, & as a star, he has lớn be professional. But when I step off the stage, I try to lớn be down-to-earth và show that I’m just a regular guy. That’s the kind of stuff that builds relationships.Are you still as happy as ever?I’m still so thankful that people lượt thích and sing along to my music. It’s still very moving.PROFILELee Moon-sae* Age: 54* Education: Myungji University Graduate School* TV Debut: CBS’s “Seventeen” (1978)* Singing Debut: 1983* Albums: 14* Best Known For: “Old Love sầu,” “I am a Happy Man,” “Gwanghwamun Sonata,” “Whistle,” “Sunset Glow”* TV Shows: “Set Out with Lee Moon-sae” (2012), “I Love You Korea” (2010)* Book: “Story of the Stables” (1994) By Lee Kyung-hee, Carla Sunwoo
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