JYJ Jaejoong to Hold a Large Scale Asia Fan Meeting Tour

By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 08:48 AM EDT

JYJ Jaejoong to Hold a Large Scale Asia Fan Meeting Tour
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JYJ member Jaejoong will be holding a fan meeting tour in 4 countries throughout Asia.

His agency commented, "With his recent popularity and support form his recent drama, 'Dr. Jin', he has decided to go on a fan meeting tour to 4 countries in Asia to meet his fans. His Shanghai fan meeting last year was a success and he has been gaining more popularity throughout Asia and Europe this year. With this fan meeting he hopes to make great memories with his fans."

This fan meeting tour will begin in China on October 20 and continue on to Bangkok on October 23, Jakarta on November 3 and more. He was also recently chosen as the '2012 Last Half of the Year's Most Influential K-Pop Star'. 

Jaejoong commented, "I am so excited because it's been awhile since I've been able to meet my fans. I can't wait to talk with my fans about my drama and movie."

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