In yet another industry first, Seoul Stars is preparing to bring the first virtual K-Pop artist, Yuna, to the metaverse! Yuna of Seoul Stars, like real-life K-Pop stars, will release an album and host virtual concerts. Furthermore, 10,000 limited edition NFTs featuring Yuna are available!
Yuna was designed by the leading Korean K-pop artist agency, HUMAP, with the assistance of acclaimed K-Pop stars. Meanwhile, all of the NFTs with Yuna’s illustrations are by songbly84, a well-known Korean artist. Seoul Stars will drop 10,000 NFTs as part of the first phase on November 12 at 5 p.m. UTC. Each NFT will be priced at 0.1 ETH.
Yuna, a virtual K-Pop artist from Seoul, is the subject of this article.
As we’ve seen with many NFT projects, a good story serves as the project’s backbone and is one of the most important factors in attracting users. As a result, Seoul Stars has also given Yuna a compelling story.
Yuna, who grew up in Seoul, Korea, is studying contemporary dance, according to her website. She used to practice traditional Korean dancing as a child while wearing the hanbok (traditional Korean dress). However, as she grew older, she gravitated toward contemporary dance.
When she was younger, she went to a Girls Generation concert, which inspired her to become a famous K-Pop idol. As a result, she is frequently seen singing R&B music karaoke in Seoul’s Gangnam district. She enjoys singing and clubbing and is a fan of Blackpink and Aespa.
Tommy Lee, a well-known Korean music producer, is responsible for all of Yuna’s songs. Lee creates music in a variety of genres, including R&B, dance, and ballade. Furthermore, he has collaborated with a number of well-known idols, including Girls Generation, IU, EXO, f(x), Mamamoo, and TVXQ.
“The virtual artist is not bound by time or space,” he explained. “They can also create an infinite amount of content.”
What does it mean for the buyers?
A great deal! For starters, Yuna’s NFT holders will receive 10% of the profits from her debut album. In addition, they will receive 10% of the profits from the star’s first five concerts, as well as free admission to the shows. Other benefits include exclusive access to Yuna’s albums and a 5 percent cut of advertising and streaming profits. In addition, holders will have access to the pre-sale of her song NFT next year.
Holders of rare Yuna NFTs also receive additional benefits. They have an exclusive opportunity to meet Lee and observe the song production process. They can also attend a vocal training session with a well-known K-Pop song producer. A lucky NFT holder will also have the opportunity to contribute to the lyrics of one of Yuna’s songs.
Following the mint next week, Seoul Stars will release a teaser of Yuna’s first soundtrack in December. While her first song as an NFT will be released in Q1 2022, Yuna’s 3D images will be released in Q2. Yuna’s debut album will be released in July, followed by her dancing video in October. Her virtual concerts will begin in November of 2022.