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TVXQ to Hold World Tour Starting in Seoul on November 17-18

By Staff Writer | October 10, 2012 09:52 AM EDT

TVXQ to Hold World Tour Starting in Seoul on November 17-18
TVXQ to Hold World Tour Starting in Seoul on November 17-18 (Photo : d)


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TVXQ has comeback with their new album, Catch Me, and will officially begin their world tour to meet with their fans.

They will begin their world tour with their concert in Seoul on November 17-18 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. They plan to show a professional level performance filled with charismatic choreography and amazing vocals.

Ticket reservations for the Seoul concert will begin on October 18 and can be reserved online at www.ticket.gmarket.co.kr. This will be TVXQ's first solo concert in 4 years as well as their first world tour.

International fans can also be a part of this amazing experience with a specially made SM International Fan Tour Package that can be found at www.smtowntravel.com/tvxq. 

After their performance in Seoul, they plan on continuing their tour to China, Thailand and other parts of Asia.

Tagged :  TVXQ, SM Entertainment, Yoonho, Changmin

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