IU’s stance against multiple scalpers ahead of her much-anticipated world tour, IU H.E.R World Tour, reflects her dedication to ensuring fair access to tickets for her fans.

IU Discovers Multiple Scalpers In Her Official Fanclub

With 21 shows in Asia, 2 in Europe, and 6 in North America on the itinerary, IU’s tour promises an unforgettable experience for her global audience. However, the perennial issue of scalping threatens to mar the excitement by exploiting fans with exorbitant ticket prices.

In response to this challenge, IU’s agency, EDAM Entertainment, took decisive action to combat fraudulent ticket transactions. They announced the cancellation of “fraudulent tickets” for IU’s Seoul concerts, totaling 44 reservations. Additionally, EDAM permanently expelled five users from IU’s official fan club and canceled tickets for 29 regular ticket holders who exhibited abnormal transaction patterns.

Furthermore, the agency suspended five individuals who engaged in illegal ticket trading and canceled purchases for five general ticket holders. EDAM’s proactive measures demonstrate their commitment to upholding fairness and integrity within IU’s fan community.

In their statement, EDAM Entertainment also emphasized their thorough investigation process, offering buyers an opportunity to provide explanations for suspicious transactions. For cases where explanations were insufficient, alternative arrangements for ticket acquisition, such as on-site ticket collection and admission after identity verification, were facilitated.

As IU prepares to grace the stage for four shows in Seoul at the KSPO Dome, her agency’s actions send a clear message that IU also stands firmly against scalpers and unfair ticket practices. By prioritizing the interests of her fans and ensuring equitable access to her performances, IU reaffirms her appreciation for the unwavering support of her dedicated fanbase.

As IU’s world tour approaches, fans can look forward to an unforgettable concert experience, knowing that measures are in place to safeguard their interests and also preserve the integrity of IU’s music and performances.