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JYJ’s Kim Junsu Successfully Wraps Up Shanghai Concert

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2015.03.16 11:21 Newsen Yoon Ga Yi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

JYJ’s Kim Junsu successfully wrapped up a concert in Shanghai for his Asia tour.

According to C-JeS Entertainment, Kim Junsu met with the fans on March 14 at the Shanghai concert, celebrating White Day.

The fans welcomed Junsu, who returned with the new album Flower, with roaring cheers and all 3,000 fans got up from their seats to cheer when he performed the title song Flower.

Kim Junsu began the concert with the second album’s title song Incredible and followed it up with the tracks from the new album Flower and his other solo albums as well as a medley of the OSTs. He caught the hearts of the fans in Shanghai with his powerful performances and sentimental stages.

JYJ’s Kim Junsu Successfully Wraps Up Shanghai Concert

During ‘Genie Time,’ he carried out various fan events, such as singing the songs of their choice for the fans, drawing faces of the members and more. After presenting a fantastic performance of the title song Flower, he sang Love Breath and F.L.P as the encore songs.

Junsu said, “I was hoping to get more opportunities to see you in China, and your cheers and encouragement greatly energized me today. I think I will be able to do well in carrying on with the rest of the tour, after receiving your passionate energy. I’ve made great memories in Shanghai. I will come often, so please always remember me.”

Meanwhile, Kim Junsu will be continuing with his tour by launching 2015 Xia 3rd Asia Tour Concert ‘Flower’ on March 21 at 6 p.m. (KST) in Bangkok’s Thunder Dome, followed by the concerts in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Nagoya.

Photo credit: C-JeS Entertainment

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