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TVXQ′s Seoul Concert Draws Attention from Around the World

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2012.11.19 15:50 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

TVXQ′s concert held in Seoul proved the group′s status in the country, drawing media outlets and fans from a variety of countries around the world.

TVXQ′s Seoul Concert Draws Attention from Around the World

Just before its Seoul concert on November 18, the TVXQ (DBSK) members held a press conference and talked about its performance.

About his group′s first exclusive concert in four years, U-Know Yunho said, "It feels weird. I′m nervous as the fans have waited for us for a long time. As we successfully held our first concert yesterday, we plan to deliver great performances today that only TVXQ can show while having fun at the same time."

Max Changmin also added, "We′re sorry toward our fans because we made them wait for so long. We′ve prepared a lot to get closer to our fans, so I hope everyone has fun."

The members also talked about the success of their recent album Catch Me.

"Those who didn′t know about TVXQ now know who we are. I′m very satisfied with the results," Max Changmin said.

Thanks to its aggressive promotions on TV, the group has managed to become more known among the younger ranks.

More than 50 journalists from 20 media outlets from Turkey, South Africa, India, Malaysia and all around the world were in attendance this day, proving the group′s hallyu influence.

The concert drew more interest as it was TVXQ′s first in four years, and was the starting point of its upcoming global tour. In the concert the group performed for the first time its new performances for Humanoids and Here I Stand.

A total of 25,000 tickets were sold out in three minutes for the two concerts held in Seoul.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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