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Se7en Tears Up at the Start of His Last Round of Concerts in Japan

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2013.02.08 15:15 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Se7en shed tears at the start of a series of Japan concerts to be held before his enlistment.

Se7en Tears Up at the Start of His Last Round of Concerts in Japan

On the first day of his concert tour, February 7, in Tokyo, Se7en was brought to tears at a special event fans had prepared for the singer.

In order to express his thanks toward his fans, Se7en sang for the first time the track Thank You (Arigato), which he lyricized himself, onstage this day. As soon as he arrived at the part of the lyrics in which he sings ′Arigato′, the 2,000 fans in the venue all held up signs reading ′Arigato Se7en′. At the surprise event, Se7en wasn′t able to hold back his tears, and spilled them onstage.

Se7en is known for his confidence, and has always played the part in his 10-year career. He has never shed tears in front of his fans, making his tears more shocking and leading others to shed their tears with him.

Se7en Tears Up at the Start of His Last Round of Concerts in Japan

The singer sang his debut single Come Back, as well as his other hits Drips, Hikari, La La La and Passion. A total of 25 tracks were sung onstage.

Label mate 2NE1′s Sandara Park dropped by the venue this day, and Big Bang′s Daesung, who is currently promoting in the country, also appeared backstage to show his support for Se7en. Big Bang′s G-Dragon sent a surprise video message, showing their close ties.

On February 8, Se7en will hold another concert in the same venue, and from February 16-17 he will perform in Kobe. In March he will hold a talk concert with his fans in Korea.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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