JYJ Heats up Airports in Korea and Japan for Tokyo Dome Tour, '1500 Fans Gather'
By Staff Writer | March 28, 2013 01:51 PM EDT
Group JYJ has been gaining much attention at airports in both Korea and Japan.
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JYJ left for Japan yesterday to prepare for their Japan dome concert. At the airport, they gained much attention as 500 fans came in order to catch a glimpse of the group.
This continued in Japan when they arrived as well. When they reached the Japan airport, they were greeted by around 1,000 fans waiting for them. The airport staff had to put up lines for safety.
An official commented, "Because so many fans showed up to their entrance at the Japan airport, security had to remove benches and put up safety lines. This type of action is usually not seen in Japan and showed just how popular JYJ was in Japan."
On the other hand, JYJ will be holding a concert at the Tokyo Dome next month from April 2-4. It has been 3 years since they last visited the domes in Japan. This 3 day concert will gather around 150,000 fans.
This Tokyo Dome concert is called, 'The Return of JYJ' and will be held from April 2-4. The poster for this concert was also revealed on their website.
Rehearsal photos for their upcoming concert was also released online. They were revealed on their official Facebook page and showed them working with the band and testing out miss and the music.
Internet users commented, "This is going to be awesome", "Finally they are back" and "The concept seems mysterious."
JYJ debuted in 2010 as a three member group. They were also the first K-pop group to perform in Chile a well.
They have a huge fan base all around the world and have become true global stars.
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