JYJ Junsu Successfully Finishes Shanghai Concert for Asia Tour with 4,000 Fans

By Staff Writer | July 29, 2013 12:01 AM EDT

JYJ Junsu Successfully Finishes Shanghai Concert for Asia Tour with 4,000 Fans
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JYJ member Junsu held a successful concert in Shanghai.

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On July 28, he held his second concert as part of his solo Asia tour in Shanghai at the Mercedes-Benz Arena with 4,000 fans.

During the concert, the started off the show with his first album title song, "TARANTALLEGRA" as well as "Chocolate Girl" and others.

He also sang his most recent song, "11AM" and "Incredible" and heated up the audience with his performance.

He stated, "Thanks to all my fans who showed their support throughout the entire concert. I will work harder to show my best to my fans."

On the other hand, he will be holding his third concert as part of his Asia tour in Seoul on August 3-4.

Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, Asia tour, Shanghai

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