JYJ Junsu, North America-Latin-America-Europe World Tour to Begin!
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 11:54 AM EDT
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His agency commented, "Junsu will tour 2-3 cities in North America, Latin America and Europe for his world tour."
They continued, "Junsu's solo album target was not only national but also international. His music video was also a success in other countries. His Asia Tour was a success and he has been having so many requests from the States and in Latin America to do a tour so that's how we decided upon this world tour."
His agency added, "We have created a repackage album for this tour. We have added an english song and will film a music video in the states as well. We can't reveal much but a famous staff crew from the states will be helping with all this as well."
Another official stated, "JYJ's world tour was seen as a success so we are excited to see how Junsu's tour will turn out. His title song, "Tarantallegra" was very different from usual K-Pop songs and is gaining much attention internationally."
Junsu is currently finishing up his Asia tour with his last stop in Hong Kong.
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