[LIVE] JYJ Junsu (XIA) Concert Doors Open

By Staff Writer | August 30, 2012 08:12 PM EDT

JYJ Junsu (XIA) Concert Doors Open
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JYJ Junsu (XIA) Concert Doors Open
(Photo : KpopStarz)
JYJ Junsu (XIA) Concert Doors Open
(Photo : KpopStarz)

The doors to the JYJ Junsu New York concert have finally openeed.

Fans from all around the world including, Korea, Boston, Texas, Japan, California, Ohio and Canada, are gathering at Manhattan Center's Hammerstein Ballroom to see JYJ's Junsu perform. This is his New York concert part of his USA tour. The fans are incredibly excited as they enter the venue, anticipating a great concert from the talented singer.

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The first fans were seen hurrying to the front of the venue, all hoping to get an intimate view of Junsu. 

Junsu came to New York as part of his first world tour. He recently just concluded his 6-city Asia Tour in Hong Kong on Sunday with over 3,500 fans.  The first stop in the states is New York tonight, 8PM EDT, at Manhattan Center's The Hammerstein Ballroom.

He will then continue on to Los Angeles for his performance on September 2 at the Hollywood Palladium.

Please be on the lookout by visiting the special coverage page of "XIA Junsu 1st World Tour in US" for continuous update and follow our lives tweets @KpopStarzLive.

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