At 8:15 p.m. on the 15th, pop star Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell performed in Korea at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul.

About 20,000 spectators gathered at the "Hyundai Card Super Concert 26 Billy Eilish" on this day and were enthusiastic. The performance is part of Billy Eilish's second full-length album "Happy Dan Ever" world tour released in May last year.

Billie Eilish, the main character of the performance who appeared on stage singing "Bury a Friend" as the opening song, wore a large box shirt with "Dead Or Alive" written on it and performed 24 songs for 90 minutes, moving back and forth between dynamic dance rhythms and soft emotions.

During the performance, Billy Eilsi couldn't hide his excitement, giving the meaning of the performance through the comment, "This is the first stadium dome performance in his life."

The concert was directed in a bright and active style rather than a serious and dark sound or image shown by Billy Eilish in the studio album and music video.

At the beginning of the performance, he excitedly led the audience with his chubby movements and cheerful comments. Since Billy Eilsi sang "You should see me in a crown," most of the audience stood up and continued to applaud and cheer.

In the middle of the performance, he sang a duet with his brother, music producer and performer Finneas Baird O'Connell. Throughout the performance, Piniers O'Connell played keyboards and guitars with session drummers, proving that he had a significant influence and stake in Billie Eilish's music.

Billy Eilish made headlines for his performance wearing the national flag given by a fan during his first concert in Korea on August 15, 2018, and during the performance, he sang "Lost Cause" enthusiastically and posed with the national flag thrown by the fan.

After singing the ending song "Goodbye" on the day, Billy Irelish wrapped up the performance by shouting, "Thank you so much, and I love you Seoul! Good night!"

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