CN Blue Sells Out Tickets to Seoul Concert in 10 Minutes

CN Blue has completely sold out tickets to its upcoming fourth Seoul concert.

CN Blue opened up ticket sales for its December 15 and 16 concerts at the SK Olympic Handball Stadium in Seoul’s Olympic Park on November 6. Within ten minutes of sales, all 8,000 seats for the concerts had sold out, once more reflecting the group’s popularity.

In addition, traffic to the ticket sales website was so immense when it opened that the overwhelmed servers shut down for some three minutes.

A spokesperson for FNC Entertainment shared, “The upcoming exclusive concert, Blue Night, will help close out 2012 and was enacted to return the love to fans. The members are all preparing hard for it.”

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JYJ’s Kim Junsu’s Final World Tour Concert to Take Place in Germany

Kim Junsu is wrapping up his trip around the world.

C-Jes Entertainment revealed on October 23 JYJ’s Kim Junsu would conclude his world tour with a final concert on November 30 in the city of Oberhausen, in Germany.

Kim Junsu’s final concert will take place at Oberhausen’s Turbinenhalle, which has featured bands such as Korn, Stone Sour and other acts in the past.

The agency added that Kim Junsu’s performance in Oberhausen will be a first for an Asian artist and is already attracting buzz in Germany.
Kim Junsu previously achieved first place with Tarantallegra in Germany’s Asian Music Chart this past summer and reflecting the large fan base he had there.
The JYJ member has already successfully finished solo concerts in Asia, North and South America.
Photo Credit: C-Jes Entertainment
Source – enewsworld

Big Bang Breaks Record For….?

Big Bang has proven itself to be one of a kind once more through its recent concerts in Taiwan.

The group brought in some 20,000 fans recently for its two day concert in the Taipei Arena in Taiwan on October 20 and 21 as part of its ongoing Alive Galaxy Tour 2012

The five members not only performed in two sold out concerts, ticket sales alone reportedly raked in 118.5 million Taiwan dollars in total (approximately 5 billion Korean won), making it the highest ticket sales for a Korean artist in Taiwan.

Arriving in Taiwan on October 19, the group was quickly escorted through a specially-prepared separate gate, but even there, a swarm of fans and press outlets such as Taiwan’s NEXT TV and others were on hand to cover their arrival.

After holding a press conference, the group kicked off its two-day concert the next day, where it performed smash hits Lie, Blue, Fantastic Baby and some 25 tracks in all in front of a passionate crowd.

Among those in the audience were some of Taiwan’s biggest stars, including Vivian Hsu, Vanness Wu, Xinbo Fu, Lam JJ and more.

It marked only the second time Big Bang has gone to Taiwan in their career with the group having paid their first visit this past April to commemorate Alive selling over 20,00 copies and achieving double platinum status.

Photo Credit: YG Entertainment
Source – enewsworld

CNBLUE Arena Tour 2012 is becoming great success

CNBLUE’s “Arena Tour 2012″ which started on October 2, is becoming a hot issue in Japan.

Starting on October 2, CNBLUE’s “Arena Tour 2012~Come On~” will go around to 6 cities for a total of 9 performances in Japan. …

The tour will continue on to October 21 with their last performance at the Saitama Super Arena. So far the group successfully concluded their Osaka show on Wednesday and Thursday, with the remaining show at Hiroshima on Saturday, Shizuoka on October 16 and Saitama on October 20 and 21.

Their first Japan album which released on August 29 has ranked number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Chart. They plan to release their 4th Japan single on December 19.

Tour Information

10/2(Tue) open18:00 / start19:00 NIPPON GAISHI HALL (NAGOYA)

10/3(Wed) open18:00 / start19:00 NIPPON GAISHI HALL (NAGOYA)

10/7(Sun) open17:00 / start18:00 TOKI MESSE (NIIGATA)

10/10(Wed) open18:00 / start19:00 OSAKA-JO HALL (OSAKA)

10/11(Thu) open18:00 / start19:00 OSAKA-JO HALL (OSAKA)

10/13(Sat) open17:00 / start18:00 HIROSHIMA GREEN ARENA (HIROSHIMA)

10/16(Tue) open17:30 / start18:30 SHIZUOKA ECOPA ARENA (SHIZUOKA)

10/20(Sat) open17:00 / start18:00 SAITAMA SUPER ARENA (SAITAMA)

10/21(Sun) open15:00 / start16:00 SAITAMA SUPER ARENA (SAITAMA)

Photo Credit: FNC Entertainment
Article Credit: kpopstarz
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