SHINee Shines In Japan, Record For Biggest Audience
By Staff Writer | July 02, 2012 09:50 AM EDT
Idol group SHINee's first Japan Arena Tour, 'SHINee World 2012', which started on April 25 in Hukuoka, has completed the tour of 7 cities and a total of 20 performances with over 20,000 fans .
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SHINee has also set a record for most fans at a Japan concert. With their Japan debut last June with 'Replay-Kamiwa bokuno everything', they have received much love and support from fans.
Due to the overwhelming response from the fans, they extended their performances in several cities such as Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. SHINee performed amazing live performances and powerful stage presences that received much love from the audience.
SHINee's final stop in their Japan Arena Tour was Hiroshima where for two days they performed, "Replay-Kimiwa bokuno everything", "Lucifer", "Juliette" and other hit songs such as "Sherlock." They sang a total of 29 songs with amazing performances for their fans.
For 2 hours and 30 minutes, SHINee fans held up their fan club balloons and sang along and screamed with joy, making the concert a success.
With the Arena Tour's success, SHINee will be back in Korea for their 2nd solo concert, "SHINee World II."
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