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Kim Hyun Joong Represents at the Universal Music Joint Concert in Japan

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2013.03.04 10:34 Mwave Kim, JiYeon

Kim Hyun Joong stood proud with other Universal Music artists and performed in the U-Express Live 2013.

Kim Hyun Joong Represents at the Universal Music Joint Concert in Japan

The U-Express Live 2013 was held on March 2 at the Makuhari Messe in Japan. The concert is one in which only the most popular singers that represent the six labels under Universal Music can perform.

Kim Hyun Joong performed amongst Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, Far East Movement, Dreams Come True, Perfume, Naoto Inti Raymi and Kara. 15,000 fans were there, cheering as the all-star lineup unfolded before their eyes.

This day, Kim Hyun Joong performed his single Heat, which was written by Japan′s beloved singer B′z, Kiss Kiss, Lucky Guy, Your Story and more for a total of eight songs.

His performances alternated between charismatic rock and dance, and the singer was also able to greet the other singers as they talked about each other′s performances.

Kim Hyun Joong Represents at the Universal Music Joint Concert in Japan

A rep from Kim Hyun Joong′s Japanese agency told enews on March 3, "Kim Hyun Joong has been drawing so much global interest that he was able to represent his label in Universal Music′s first joint concert. We plan to take greater care for his future activities, as the Japanese music scene and the press has shown interest following the success of his Japan tour."

Kim Hyun Joong previously performed in a successful set of performances in South America from February 24-25.

He is currently touring Japan for his Japan Tour 2013 Unlimited, and will meet with fans in Tokyo, Sapporo, Fukuoka and Osaka in March.

Photo credit: Key East

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