The concert was part of a series of cultural activities to celebrate the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and South Korea.
Together with actor Kim Ji Hoon, who is known in Vietnam for his role in the movie “Daughters-in-Law,” and emcee Hoang Ha from Vietnam, Bi, currently serving in the army, introduced the history of the Korean National Military Symphony Orchestra.
Bi pleased his local fans greatly by saying “Hello, I’m Jong Ji Hoon (his real name)!” in Vietnamese.
At the concert, the Korean National Military Symphony Orchestra performed the two countries’ national anthems.
R ‘n’ B singer and songwriter Park Hyo Shin, who is most well known for composing soundtracks in hit dramas like “I'm Sorry, I Love You” (2005) and “Athena” (2010), took to the stage with his performance of “You Raise Me Up" and "My Way."
Another concert will be held at the Hanoi Opera House on March 21. Bi Rain is also expected to have an interaction session with students at the Military Culture and Arts University based in the capital one day after.
On March 17, Bi Rain and his comrades in military uniform passed through the main gate of Hanoi’s Noi Bai airport where huge crowds of local fans had been waiting to see him in person.
Bi and Kim Ji Hoon are serving at the Propagation Center of the S.Korea’s Ministry of Defense.
Singer Park Hyo Shin cheered up the concert by singing “You Raise Me Up" and "My Way".