JYJ Junsu Heat Up 4,000 Fans in Shanghai
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 05:19 PM EDT
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He held a solo concert in Shanghai's Changling International Stadium on July 7th, drawing 4,000 fans to his performance. His concert is the first in Shanghai to incorporate the standing section (1,000 fans).
He started off the performance with "Breath", followed by "Fever" and "Intoxication", which are all from his first solo album. He also performed his numbers from the musicals that he was in such as "Mozart!" and "Elizabeth".
For the performance of his ballad "Even Though You Already Know", all the audience members held up a white glow stick, which lit up the stadium. For the 500 fans who were not able to get tickets, they were able to watch the show from outside the stadium and they took part in the performance regardless of their seats.
Junsu expressed gratitude to his fans. "It feels good to be in China again. I want to thank the fans who send me incredible support from the airport to the performance. I hope this can be a good memory to all those attending the concert."
C-Jes Entertainment revealed that they were happy with his performance, which was very unique to him and they were also proud that they were able to share it with another region in Asia.
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