2AM to Grant K-Pop Christmas Wishes with First Solo U.S. Concert

Despite member Jinwoon fracturing his ankle in a recent car accident, the foursome should be ready to perform and meet L.A. fans.

When Billboard caught up with 2AM in Los Angeles, the K-pop boy band famous for their ballads commented that "in L.A. and the U.S.A., the fans are more passionate." The quartet will see those "passionate" fans soon with their first-ever solo concert in the United States. 2AM's "Nocturne in Christmas" show will take place at Los Angeles' Club Nokia L.A. Live venue on December 15. Merry Christmas, K-pop fans!

Fans can also get up close and personal with the foursome at a "high touch" event held prior to the concert. At these engagements, attendees get to give the 2AM guys a high-five. Based off of boy band B.A.P's high touch event in New York, expect a handful of fans to be bawling after meeting the idols. 

2AM last visited America to perform as one of the headliners at KCON 2013. The boys not only belted out singles like "One Spring Day" and "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die," but also performed Bruno Mars' Hot 100 No. 1 hit, "Just the Way You Are" (below).

This past weekend, member Jinwoon was involved in a car accident with a 25-ton truck that fractured his right ankle, requiring emergency surgery. The latest update came early Tuesday morning that the operation went well and his schedule would be put on hold for the singer to heal properly. 2AM's label Big Hit Entertainment added a note that Jinwoon should recover by December, just in time for 2AM's concert.

Ticket prices range from $153.50 -- for participation in the high touch event and early entry -- to $53.50. They go on sale Saturday morning, Oct. 12, via Powerhouse and AXS.

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