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JYJ’s Kim Junsu Prepares for His First Japanese Solo Concert

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2013.10.08 13:56 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

After going solo, JYJ’s Kim Junsu will be having his first solo concert in Japan.

On October 8, C-JeS Entertainment stated, “On October 8 at 6:30 PM (KST), Kim Junsu will be holding his first concert at the Nippongaishi Hall in Nagoya, for the first time in Japan after debuting as a soloist.”

Kim Junsu will kick off his XIA 2nd Asia Tour Concert in Japan for three days. Starting next week, he will head over to Yokohama and spend 3 days performing and meeting a total of 60,000 fans.

JYJ’s Kim Junsu Prepares for His First Japanese Solo Concert

As the first Korean solo singer to do so, Kim Junsu held his four continent world tour, including South America and Europe, in 2012, but was unable to hold a concert in Japan, raising the expectations for this upcoming concert.

He will be singing Japanese songs, including Minna Sora No (Ayaka) and Tsubomi (Kobukuro), for the Japanese fans.

With much praise for his first and second solo albums, as well as participation in OSTs, Kim Junsu has received a lot of support from Japanese fans for his high quality concerts and upcoming Japanese visit. For the Japanese tour concert, 150,000 fans attempted to get tickets for the 60,000 people venue, completely selling out tickets.

Also, Kim Junsu’s second album, Incredible ranked number on Japan’s Tower Records for preorders, and weekly chart and K-Pop album charts after its release. It was also spotted iTunes charts for various places, such as Japan, Hong Kong and more.

Kim Junsu will hold his concert in Nagoya from October 8 to 10 with 24,000 fans before heading off to Yokohama from October 14 to 15 with 33,000 fans.

Photo Credit: C-JeS Entertainment

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