SHINee Tokyo Concert with 24,000 Fans, 'Great Success!'
By Staff Writer | June 26, 2012 10:12 AM EDT
Idol group SHINee just finished their Japan Concert in Tokyo with over 24,000 fans.
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On June 24 and 25, SHINee held their 'THE FIRST JAPAN ARENA TOUR-SHINee WORLD 2012' at the Yoyogi Olympic Center in Tokyo.
It has been one year since SHINee has debuted in Japan with their debut single, Replay-You Are My Everything.
April 25 was the start date of their Japan tour, starting with Hukuoka. They toured a total of 7 different cities and performing 20 times, meeting a total of 20,000 fans.
At their 'THE FIRST JAPAN ARENA TOUR-SHINee World 2012', they performed hit songs like, "Replay-You Are My Everything", "Lucifer", "Juliette" and their newest song, "Sherlock." They performed 29 songs in total.
Japanese local media commented on June 25, "SHINee's first Japan tour was a great success with over 1,200 fans. SHINee's official fan club has been created", "SHINeed you! They announced their Japan fan club at their concert. Thank you to Japan."
SHINee plans on performing in Hiroshima at the Green Arena on June 30 and July 1.
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