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2PM Draws 46,000 Fans to Concert in Japan

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2015.08.25 15:04 Newsen Kang Hee Jung

Following the success of 2PM′s House Party in Japan concert, the group will keep the energy alive through the Six Higher Days concert series.

According to 2PM′s agency, JYP Entertainment, on August 25, 2PM drew 18,000 fans per day for a total of 36,000 fans to its two-day concert 2PM Concert House Party in Japan, held at the Saitama Super Arena, on August 22 and 23.

For fans who were unable to get tickets, the concert was broadcast live in 49 movie theaters throughout Japan. More than 10,000 fans flocked to the theaters, bringing the audience total to 46,000.

2PM Draws 46,000 Fans to Concert in Japan

This concert was a reproduction of the 2PM Concert House Party in Seoul, held at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Gymnasium in Seoul in June. 2PM, who debuted in Japan five years ago, garnered a hot response from locals when they heard the group was reproducing its Korea concert. With the exception of the encore song, all of the songs were performed in Korean, and 2PM heat up the arena from start to finish with 23 powerful live performances.

The 2PM members also caused a frenzy at the last concert when they announced they would be holding the Six Higher Days concert.

Six Higher Days is a concert being held after the 2012 Six Beautiful Days concert series, which garnered attention for selling out tickets to all six consecutive shows at Budokan in one minute. The Six Higher Days tour will begin at the Tokyo Budokan on October 7, before making stops at the Osaka Jo Hall, Yokohama Arena and the Nagoya Nihon Gaishi Hall for a total of 12 shows.

Meanwhile, 2PM will be releasing 10th single album Higher on October 21. The album′s title song Higher was composed and written by Jun.K, and six solo versions of the single album, featuring solo tracks by each member, will also be available to celebrate the release of the group′s 10th single album.

Photo credit: JYP Entertainment

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