2NE1 Japan Yokohama Concert is a Success with 13,000 Fans!

By Staff Writer | September 13, 2012 09:04 AM EDT

2NE1 Japan Yokohama Concert is a Success with 13,000 Fans!
2NE1 Japan Yokohama Concert is a Success with 13,000 Fans! (Photo : d)


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2NE1's Japan performance for their world tour was a success with 13,000 fans. The local media also showed great interest in their concert.

2NE1 held this world tour performance as a continuation of their last performance in Yokohama last month. The world tour performance was just as, if not more powerful and energetic than their performance last month.

One local Japanese media stated, "This is 2NE1's comeback since their last world tour last year. Their great vocals and dance skills moved the hearts of 13,000 fans."

2NE1 sang a total of 23 songs including hit songs such as "I am the Best" and "I Love You."

2NE1 will continue on with their world tour to 7 countries and 11 cities.

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