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[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

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2013.03.26 19:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

Warmer weather means concerts galore, and in this week’s poll, we’re highlighting a few idol concert tours that are fast approaching.

Idol stars will soon be busy taking over the world, meeting fans far and wide in the coming months, and although we know you’d love to go to all of them, we want to know whose tour you’re looking forward to the most.

[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

Teen Top

Hot off of the release of its latest single Miss Right, Teen Top will be traversing Asia on its first Asia tour 2013 Teen Top No.1 Asia Tour, beginning with an exclusive concert in Seoul on May 11 and 12.

The tour will then travel to Japan, making stops in Kobe on May 15 and Tokyo on May 21 and 22.

Having wrapped its European tour to rave reviews last month, anticipation is high for the idol group’s Asia venture.

[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

CN Blue

CN Blue will be meeting fans on its 2013 CN BLUE BLUE MOON WORLD TOUR this year, and Taiwan is up first to rock out with the idol band when it kicks off the tour in the country on April 6.

The tour will travel to Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong soon thereafter, before returning to Korea on May 25 and 26.

FNC Entertainment also confirmed shows in the Philippines and Australia, indicating the group plans to meet as many overseas fans as it can on its tour. And the response has been overwhelming with tickets to the Hong Kong show, in particular, selling out in five minutes.

[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

G-Dragon

Big Bang’s leader G-Dragon is set to take off on his first solo world tour 2013 1st World Tour: G-Dragon [One of a Kind] later this month.

Although G-Dragon admitted that he is feeling the pressure of carrying a world tour on his own two shoulders, he has been heightening fans’ expectations on Twitter, giving his followers sneak peeks in the days leading up to the first show.

The pressure may be on, but set to give concertgoers a first listen at a new song on the tour and backed by an all-star team, we think the tour is nothing G-Dragon can’t handle.

The tour will kick off in Seoul on March 30 and 31 before traveling to Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

Super Junior

Super Junior kicked off its Super Show 5 world tour with two spectacular shows in Seoul on March 23 and 24

The tour will continue on to South America from April 21 to 27, making stops in São Paulo, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Santiago, Chile and Lima, Peru.

Member Shindong revealed at a press conference held before the Seoul show that the group hopes to attract one million fans on this tour, and based on the tricks it had to show fans in Korea, we think the group is well on its way to accomplishing its goal.

[Poll] Which Idol Concert Tour Are You Looking Forward to Most?

JYJ

JYJ will take over the Tokyo Dome once again for its 2013 JYJ Concert in Tokyo Dome – The Return of the JYJ concert series from April 2 to 4.

Although this tour isn’t as expansive as the other idol stars’ tours, it’s significant in that it marks JYJ’s return to the Tokyo Dome since they last stood on its stage in 2010.

As it’s a highly-anticipated concert, the boys are not only pouring all of their efforts into giving the fans a great show, the event will be shown at 118 theaters throughout the country for those who are unable to attend in person.

Which concert tour will be the can′t-miss event of the year? Let us know by voting!


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