JYJ Junsu Ranks Number 1 on Peru Radio Weekly Chart! Beating Justin Bieber?

By Staff Writer | July 27, 2012 08:15 AM EDT

JYJ Junsu Ranks Number 1 on Peru Radio Weekly Chart!
JYJ Junsu Ranks Number 1 on Peru Radio Weekly Chart! (Photo : d)


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JYJ Junsu received the majority of the votes, beating Big Bang and Justin Bieber.

JYJ Junsu has been gaining much attention in Latin America.

Junsu's agency announced on July 27 that Junsu's "Tarantallegra" ranked number 1 on Peru's Radio Weekly Chart Teen Top. Out of 3,014 votes, he won 1,835 of them.

A Latin America official commented, "After his tour in Mexico, Chile and Brazil were confirmed, people in Colombia, Bolivia and Argentina were very sad. Peru in particular was packed with people from JYJ's last concert, with 3,000 fans waiting in front of their hotel."

C-JeS Entertainment commented, "We are aware of his support in Latin America. We will make sure to include Latin America in his future tours."

Junsu will complete his Asia tour on August 7 and begin his world tour.

Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, Tarantallegra

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