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French Influential Media 'Le Parisien' Introduces JYJ's Popularity In Latin America

By Staff Writer | June 29, 2012 08:54 AM EDT

French Influential Media Writes About JYJ Popularity In Latin America
Popular French Media, Le Parisien, has written an article about JYJ's popularity in the South. (Photo : google)


Popular French Media, Le Parisien, has written an article about JYJ's popularity in the South America.

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On July 27, Le Parisien posted, 'K-Pop Conquers S. America', which talked about Laitin American Fans that were addicted to K-Pop's songs and dances.

They also wrote, "Group JYJ will be visiting 15 cities for their world tour of which Germany, Chile, and Peru are included. JYJ is going halfway around the world to these cities, conquering Europe, Latin America as well as Asia," showing off JYJ's worldwide popularity.

The continued with, "Their popularity in Asia is not stopping. Their JYJ Membership Week had 7,000 fans from Japan come and 3,500 hotel room reservations were made."

On July 28, JYJ began their 4 day JYJ Membership Week in Seoul.

 

 

Tagged :  JYJ, world tour

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