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pH-1’s ABOUT DAMN TIME in Manila: What you need to know?

The Korean-American rapper is set to debut on Philippine stage this May – here’s some things you might want to know about his first Manila show.

pH-1. Photo from Instagram/@ph1boyyy

In just a few days, pH-1 (or Park Jun-won) will finally grace the Manila stage with his “About Damn Time” tour on May 3 at Filinvest Tent in Alabang, Muntinlupa.

Organized by Karpos Live, here are some things you might need to know about the upcoming event.

Ticket prices, seat plans, and availability

Tickets for pH-1’s upcoming show are available via, however, VIP tickets priced at PhP5,300 (which include a meet-and-greet session with pH-1) are already sold out since the day it became available on March 17, while the GA Early Bird tier priced at PhP3,725 was only made available until March 30. Regular GA tickets, meanwhile, are priced at PhP4,250 and are still available as of writing. All tickets are also standing.

According to Tickelo, the show will start at around 7 PM and may end at 10 PM local time.

Get to know pH-1

Considered one of the most prominent rappers in the Korean hip-hop scene today, Park Jun-won, or pH-1 debuted in 2016 with his first digital single “Wavy”. In the following year, he was then signed under H1GHR MUSIC, the label founded by fellow Korean-American artist Jay Park, which is an international label known for hip-hop and R&B artists.


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His stage name, pH-1, is actually an abbreviation of his names – the “p” came from his family name Park, while the “H” was derived from his English name Harry, and the “1” or “Won” in his stage name is from his given name Park Jun-won, as it has a similar sound when pronounced.

pH-1 rose to fame in 2018 after he appeared in Show Me The Money 777. He also recently appeared as one of the rap mentors on Mnet’s “Boys Planet”, which made the upcoming male group ZEROBASEONE.

His discography is mostly known for being melodic along with his singing raps, with a mix of laid-back and slow beats as well as more upbeat and high-energy songs that were inspired by multiple genres of music, which surely would bring every listener into a roller coaster ride on his live shows – where we can expect a jam-packed setlist with some of the great hits he made so far (more than 20 songs I think, based on his previous shows).

Some of them are below:

Donut (feat. Jay Park)

Like Me

365&7 (feat. JAMIE)

Hate You (feat. Woo)

Also, take a look at this official Spotify playlist of #pH1inMNL made by Karpos Live:



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