Singer Se7en plans to thank his fans with a song before he starts his military service. Se7en’s agency YG Entertainment revealed on February 27, “Se7en will enter the military in March. The exact date will be released in his upcoming concert.” On March 9, Se7en will express his gratitude towards his fans at his 10th-anniversary concert, titled Thank U and scheduled to take place at the Grand Theater in the Educational Cultural Center for Students in Yangjae-dong, Seoul.
A publicist for Se7en says, “Before entering the military, Se7en wants to express how grateful he is to his fans for their support during the past 10 years.”
Se7en also held a gathering for fans in Japan, where he released a new song as a surprise. That song was written by Se7en himself to express his thanks to his fans. It will be released at March 20. Another performance is expected at the upcoming fan meeting in Korea. Se7en did the Se7en 2013 Concert In Japan on February 7 and 8 in Shibuya, Tokyo, and on February 16 and 17 in Kobe.
Celebrating his tenth anniversary as a professional singer, Se7en released the song “When I Can’t Sing” to mark a fresh turning point in his career. His collaboration with JYP’s Park Jin Young also attracted attention, but this song, which candidly showed his feelings, was greeted with great sympathy by his fans.
Last Year, Se7en received the award for Best Overseas Performer at the 2012 China Music Awards and Asia Influential Awards in Macao, China.