Westone Artist Lee Seung-Chul Performs in Closing Ceremony at Sochi Olympics

Westone Artist Lee Seung-Chul at Sochi Olympics Closing Ceremony

If you stayed up to watch last night’s closing ceremony, you witnessed a magical performance by South Korean singer Lee Seung-Chul. He took the stage with three other musical stars: soprano Jo Sumi, pianist Yang Bang Eon and jazz vocalist Na Yoon Sun. This quartet of amazing talent represented South Korea – the country that will host the 2018 Winter Olympics – and sang the nation’s popular folk song “Arirang” to a crowd of over 100,000 in the stadium and an international audience of over one billion viewers.

Prior to releasing eleven albums as a solo artist since 1989, Lee Seung-Chul (also spelled Cheol) was the lead singer with heavy metal group Boohwal.

Lee Seung-Chul wears Westone custom in-ear monitors and it appears from the photo above that he sported a black pair in Sochi. He’s also worn Westone IEMs with quite a bit of bling, as you’ll see in the videos below:


About Westone Audio

Founded in 1959, Westone Audio is the world's premier manufacturer of high performance in-ear musician’s monitors, earphones for music lovers and innovative speaker technology. After five decades of in-ear and acoustic innovation, Westone has developed a sizable portfolio of exclusive technologies, which incorporate only the most premium materials and optimal processes into all its products. Westone continues to pioneer new innovation into the world of audio and hearing. Our in-ear earphone product lines are actively endorsed by musicians (TobyMac, Third Day, Peter Frampton, Jars of Clay, The Band Perry and Josh Groban to name just a few) and have won acclaim in countless reviews among audiophiles and artist worldwide. Westone is also committed to the prevention and cure of hearing loss and will donate a portion of audio products sold through 2014 to the Hearing Health Foundation (www.hhf.org). Westone is Pure Music.
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