Seoul Olympic Park 2010 (gig)

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Muse show
Venue The Seoul Olympic Park[1]
Date 7th January 2010[1]
Location Seoul[1]
Country South Korea
Songs 17[2]
Support None[source?]
Start (UTC+9) 18:00[source?]
Capacity Unknown
Price (KRW) 55,000–99,000[source?]
Sold out? Unknown

Announced on the 12th of November 2009 with the following date, general ticket sale started a week later, on the 19th of November.[1]

During Unnatural Selection, Matthew Bellamy sang "I'm hungry for commotion" instead of "No religion or mind virus". Before the song, the band played a little jam that bears similarity with Hash Pipe (Weezer), but played faster.


After Uprising Bellamy "Gamsahamnida, Seoul! [Thank you very much.] How're you doing?"
After Map of the Problematique "Thank you very much".
After Supermassive Black Hole Howard
Bellamy [?—Korean]
After MK ULTRA "Thank you very much".
After New Born Howard "Gamsahamnida. [Thank you very much.]"
After Butterflies & Hurricanes Bellamy "Cheers! Saranghaeyo. [I love you.] You guys are looking good."
After Time Is Running Out Howard "Thank you very much. You guys are pretty amazing."
After Stockholm Syndrome Bellamy "[?] Seoul, thank you very much."
After Knights of Cydonia "Thank you Seoul [?]. Thank you so much."
Howard "Thank you very much Seoul, you guys are amazing. You guys fucking rock, we love you, see you again. See you again soon, cheers."
Wolstenholme "Bye bye".


An audience recording exists, of which a copy can be found here[registration needed].



  1. a b c d Muse to play in Korea (2009-11-12). Muse website. Retrieved 2009-11-16 from
  2. Sikora. (2010-01-25). [Share Your Stuff forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2010-01-25 from

See also

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