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

Korean Group Is In Awe With The Chilean Landscape

On their first visit to Chile, JYJ commented on their experience with their fans and how happy they feel regarding their concert in Santiago.

“The view of the hotel is stunning, I have never seen it before (referring to the mountains).  I have noticed that is calm, different from what people think in Korea,” Yoochun stated during a press conference today at the Hotel W. In addition, the members talked about the delay of their flight to this country and also about the love that fans have sent them with kisses and hugs.

The group consists of Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu, musically debuted as part of another group called TVXQ* in 2003 with two other singers. JYJ has officially been around as a group since 2010 and together they have achieved several successes, such as their single with American musician, Kanye West and a topping world charts with their album sales.

The boys will perform a solo concert at the Caupolican Theatre this Friday, March 9 with the support of six dancers. Their last stop in South America will be in Peru. Both VIP and Preferred tickets are sold out.

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Super Junior to hold concert in Paris

The writer should have written a 14 member group instead of 10 (I didn’t include Hangeng)

Super Junior

Super Junior, a 10-member K-pop group, will hold its first solo concert in Paris next month, according to reports on Wednesday.

The Paris show is part of Super Junior’s world tour titled “Super Show 4” and will take place on April 6 at Le Zenith de Paris where world-famous stars including Neyo, the Pussycat Dolls and the Jonas Brothers have performed.

The boy band performed for French fans at the same venue last year along with other K-pop artists under SM Entertainment.

In December, the group performed for a record 90,000 people in a two-day concert in Osaka and also held concerts in Singapore and Taipei. The schedule has yet to be confirmed, but they are to visit other cities in Europe and South America as well, according to reports. On March 9-10, the Korean boy band will hold its solo concert in Macao.

Ticket sales for Super Junior’s Paris show open at 10 a.m. on Friday (Paris time) via http://www.livenation.fr.

By Cho Chung-un (christory@heraldm.com)


Credit: The Korea Herald

K-pop stars enthrall French audience

K-pop stars including Girls’ Generation, 2PM and BEAST captivated an audience of about 10,000 at a joint show at Bercy Stadium, one of the biggest concert venues in Paris.

Eight K-pop stars, who also included boyband SHINee and girl groups 4 Minute and SISTAR, performed on “Music Bank in Paris,” a music show produced and distributed by Korea Broadcasting System.

It was the second concert by K-pop stars in the French capital — SM Town concert featuring musicians from SM Entertainment took the place at the Zenith of Paris in June last year.

Despite the cold weather in Paris, K-pop fans from all over Europe including Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom came to Paris to meet their Korean stars, according to reports.

Starting with U-KISS, the show lasted three hours, according to reports.

Girls’ Generation, which made its TV debut in the United States last week, highlighted the show with “The Boys.”

The group also appeared on a popular French talk show on Thursday, ahead of its first album release in Europe early next week.

The Music Bank show featuring K-pop stars in Paris will air on Feb. 18 in 72 countries through KBS World, an international broadcasting service provided by KBS.

By Cho Chung-un (christory@heraldm.com)


Credit: The Korea Herald

Not Justin Bieber not Miley Cyrus: Korean band broke ticket sales record in Peru

I wonder if they meant young as in age or as a new band

T/N: “El Comercio” is the most important newspaper in Peru.

JYJ, a young popular K-pop band, sold out half of their concert tickets in just half hour.




Probably, when reading the title of this article, you’re unaware of these two things: who is JYJ and what is this genre called K-pop that they are representing. They’re not heard on local radios or seen on networks like MTV and they don’t have albums for sale in Peru. [Despite all this] Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu, three South Koreans with almost unpronounceable names just set a record in our country. In just 30 minutes, thousands of fans purchased half the tickets to their show that will be held at the esplanade in Monumental Stadium on March 11th.

As reported by Carlos Huamán, one of the promoters for the event, two seating zones for the concert were completely sold out today, the first day of sales.

It’s predicted that JYJ’s concert will have a total of 10 thousand in attendance [T/N: this part is inaccurate; there are 5000 tickets total for JYJ’s Peru concert] and will be a historic event for those who like K-pop, a genre that is very popular throughout Asia.

It should be noted, members of the group will arrive in Lima on March 10th and will leave right after their performance.

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