A Korean pop singer has written a song that is the biggest Korean hit in three years, and is now the biggest single in Korea.
Lee Seon has earned $4 million (US$3.7 million) from the song, which has become the biggest hit of its kind in three decades, according to the Recording Industry Association of Korea.
Lee Seon’s “Catch me if you can” was released on Sunday in South Korea and is also streaming on YouTube in China.
It has now earned more than $1.1 million (HK$1.45 million) on its way to earning $2.5 million (NZ$2.2 million) for Lee Seoon, who also serves as the lead singer in the band, which also includes the rapper.
The song has also surpassed $1 million in the United States, where it was released in July 2016.
It is one of the biggest pop hits of the year.
Lee and the band will play at the first concert for the American Association of Musicians in Seoul on Tuesday (local time).
The concert will also be streamed on YouTube and Facebook, with the group having about a quarter of a million followers.
The pop star is currently serving as the main vocalist in the group.