Jang Keun Suk Reveals Plans for Europe Tour
By Staff Writer | July 07, 2012 05:49 PM EDT
Actor Jang Keun Suk revealed that he was planning on having a European Club Tour at the end of the year.
On July 7th, Jang Keun Suk talked at a press conference preceeding his show in Seoul, part of his 2012 Jang Keun Suk Asia Tour, which was held at a stadium at Korea University.
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"I love new places and new challenges, " he said, "I don't like to be satisfied and stay in one place and that's why I want to take on this new challenge."
He went on to say that he was planning on a club tour of Europe at the end of the year. He expressed wishes to hold small performances in clubs with his new electronic music and debuting as an international DJ.
"I'm more known for my acting in Korea but in other countries that use different languages, my music can tell them more about me," he confided, "I believe that I can reach out to a lot of people and that's why I'm planning on this tour."
After his current tour is over, he plans to invite around 1500 people to a club and have a small performance to let people experience what he's talking about.
Last March, he was able to sell out his shows in Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Shanghai and Tokyo. As a 20th anniversary of his debut, he started off his 2012 Jang Geun Seok Asia tour.
This past May 30th, he released his first Japanese Album, "Just Crazy." He was shot to the top of the Oricon charts within a week of the release.
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