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JYJ Junsu's Taiwan Solo Concert, 3,600 Fans Cheer!

By Staff Writer | June 25, 2012 10:22 AM EDT

JYJ's Junsu, Taiwan Solo Concert, 3,600 Fans Cheer!
JYJ's Junsu's popularity in Taiwan is soaring. (Photo : .)

JYJ's Junsu's popularity in Taiwan is soaring.

On June 23, Junsu held his solo tour, "XIA First Asia Tour In Taiwan" where he met for 100 minutes with his 3,600 and more fans.

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Junsu poured out his heart for this performance with 100% live songs as well as parts from his musicals.

He started with the song, "Breath" and ended the concert with, "Fever." With his every move, the fans cheered him on.

Throughout the concert, fans could be heard screaming his name in Korean. During his fan meeting, the fans understood what Junsu was saying before the interpreter said anything. It was surprising to see the fan's knowledge of Korean due to their love for K-Pop.

Junsu's 5th concert will be held in Shanghai on July 7.

Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, XIA Asia Tour, XIA World Tour

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