MBLAQ Asia Tour, All 4 Concerts in Japan Sold Out, 'Additional Concerts Confirmed'
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 04:14 PM EDT
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MBLAQ's charisma has melted the hearts of Japan fans.
Idol group MBLAQ held their first Asia tour, 'THE BLAQ% TOUR' in Japan for a total of 4 sold out performances.
The tour started on July 21 and 22 in Seoul and continued on to China, Japan, Malaysia and other countries. Japan in particular stood out due to all 4 of their performances being sold out.
Their tour in Japan was the most successful as the members showed their best performance to their fans.
During the tour, they showed endless performances of their hit songs, "RUN" and "Y." They also performed their unit and solo songs.
Due to the unexpected popularity of their tour, they have confirmed an additional concert in Japan scheduled for Septembe 8 and 9.
They plan to hold a special event during their additional concert in September as well.
MBLAQ members commented, "We didn't think that we would be that popular in Japan. We will continue to work hard to bring high-quality performances to our fans."
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