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JYP Artists Gather for ‘JYP Nation’ Concert in August

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2012.07.16 09:32 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

After making fans wait two long years, artists from JYP Entertainment will come together to put on another fantastic concert.

On August 4, Park Jin Young, Wonder Girls, 2PM, 2AM, miss A, JOO, San E, and JJ Project will be performing at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium in Seoul to put on the 2012 JYP Nation. It’ll be the first JYP Nation concert since 2010.

JYP Artists Gather for ‘JYP Nation’ Concert in August

The big reveal of the upcoming concert was announced at the Wonder Girls’ concert on July 7 and fans are already excited over the many big names set to participate, as well as expectant over the many surprise collaboration performances that are sure to come.

Anticipation is especially on the rise for fans to meet with artists who haven’t performed in Korea in a long time, such as JOO, San E and 2AM, as well as the new addition to JYP Entertainment, JJ Project.

CJ E&M, who is in charge of planning this big-scale concert, stated, “We are planning on showcasing a special ‘ONLY ONE’ stage especially for the fans at this concert. Also in order to bring the artists closer to the fans, we will be creating a thrust stage.”

JYP Entertainment had to say, “As it’s the first [concert] in a long time, the artists are more excited than the audience. They believe that it’ll be a concert that will show the strong bond they have with each other.”

The company added, “It’ll be a national concert that will have fans of all ages participating.”

Pre-order tickets that were released on July 13 through the online market, Yes24, are on the brink of being completely sold out.

The second round of ticket sales will be open on July 16 through Interpark.

Photo Credit: JYP Entertainment

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