Any K-pop fan worth his or her salt would know IU. To call her Korea’s Taylor Swift would not do her justice because she deserves more than a comparison to another singer. Sure, she sings, dance and compose her own songs, but the comparison probably ends there. IU has her own brand of music. She doesn’t only sing about love, but also mental health (“A Gloomy Clock”, “Through The Night”), as well as societal issues (“BBIBBI”). The 25-year-old, whose real name is Lee Ji Eun, has also branded herself as an actress, bagging roles alongside some of South Korea’s A-list actors. Last weekend, the singer came to Singapore, a decade after her debut in the entertainment industry, for the Singapore leg of her tour, 2018 IU 10th Anniversary Tour Concert <이지금dlwlrma>. We might have known her for 10 years, but we found ourselves learning more about her during the concert. Scroll through the gallery to find out what we learnt.