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Super Junior-K.R.Y Performs in Front of a 15,000 Audience in Yokohama Concert

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2012.11.22 10:30 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The Super Junior ballad unit, Super Junior-K.R.Y, strummed the hearts of its fans in Yokohama, Japan.

The Super Junior-K.R.Y Special Winter Concert 2012 was held from November 19-21 with a 15,000 audience.

Super Junior-K.R.Y Performs in Front of a 15,000 Audience in Yokohama Concert

The concert was the unit′s first since its Super Junior-K.R.Y Special Concert in Japan 2010 was held two years ago.

More than 500,000 applications were turned in for tickets to the concert, and those made available through online ticket sites on October 27 sold out in just three seconds in anticipation for the new performances.

Super Junior-K.R.Y sang a total of 22 songs, including singles from Super Junior albums such as Coagulation and From U, as well as its OST singles Sky and Loving You.

The members Kyuhyun, Ryeowook and Yesung even showcased their individual performances.

While Super Junior′s concerts are mostly known for their powerful performances and grand presentations, Super Junior-K.R.Y′s concert was full of touching performances featuring a live band.

The members remembered to celebrate Christmas with carol song remakes such as Silent Night, Last Christmas and Tatsurō Yamashita′s Christmas Eve, and delighted their Japanese fans by singing out J-Pop specials such as EXILE′s Believe and Yo Hitoto′s Hanamizuki.

More goodies were in store for fans as the members then unveiled a performance for its upcoming single Promise You, as well as a teaser video for the song. The single is due to be released on January 23 in Japan.

Super Junior-K.R.Y will continue to tour Japan, going through Kobe from December 22-24 and Budokan from January 22-24.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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