SEOUL, South Korea – Minors under 18 will be prohibited from attended the Lady Gaga concert in Seoul after the show was deemed unsuitable for younger audiences, organizers said Friday.
According to Yonhap News, the concert had an initial age rating of 12 and older, but South Korea's ratings board adjusted it upward last week, according to the organizer Hyundai Card.
Lady Gaga will be performing in Seoul at the Olympic Stadium April 27th at 8 p.m. The concert kicks off her 2012 "The Born This Way Ball" tour.
Tickets range from 55,000 won to 155,000 won and can be purchased on Interpark. The concert is promoted by Hyundai as part of their Super Concert Series.
It is the third concert tour for the singer, and this is the first of her 110 show "The Born This Way Ball" tour, which will end in 2013. The Olympic Stadium holds 68,000 seats.