U-KISS Japanese Concert Tour Tickets All Sold Out
- 2AM’s Jo Kwon Brings Up the Sunken Ferry During Japanese Concert
- CN Blue’s Busan Concert Postponed Until June
- CNBLUE Postpones Busan Concert in Respect to the Sewol Ferry Accident
U-KISS has become the new rising Hallyu figure in Japan. U-KISS started their first series of concert tour in Japan in the beginning of July. During the tour, they have visited eight cities so far and have sold out all the tickets, which adds up to approximately 80,000 tickets. Moreover, all of U-KISS’s Japanese albums are ranked highly on Oricon charts.
Through their Japanese concert tour and album promotions, U-KISS have definitely raised their profile as the next big Hallyu idols, following the footsteps of DBSK. U-KISS have performed 16 times throughout July and will be having a grand finale in Tokyo at NHK hall on July 28 and 29. They will also be releasing the third Japanese single “Dear My Friend” on July 25.
On September 5, U-KISS will be performing at the Budokan, the dream stage of Japanese artists, and officially wrap up their Japanese promotion. They will return to Korea after the Budokan concert to focus on a new album promotion in Korea in mid-September.
2AM’s Jo Kwon Brings Up the Sunken Ferry During Japanese Concert
2AM’s Jo Kwon asked the Japanese fans to pray for the victims and families of the sunken ferry. On April 23, a Japanese hallyu wave mediaWow! Korea reported on 2AM’s launching of Live Arch Vol. 10 on April 20 in Tokyo dome’s City Hall. According to the report, 2AM sang eleven songs live that day, dressed in all black suits. After singing, 2AM held a talk show, during which Jo Kwon said, “As you may all know, there was a horrendous accident in Korea...
CN Blue’s Busan Concert Postponed Until June
With lifeless young bodies still being pulled out from the sunken ferry, CN Blue decided that it′s only right to postpone its concert in Busan. On April 23, BEXCO, a convention center located in Busan, announced that the 2014 CN Blue Live – Can’t Stop concert to take place on April 26 has been canceled. The staff and affiliates all decided that in this time of mourning, it would not be right to put on a concert...
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CNBLUE postponed their upcoming May 26 Busan concert in respect to the recent Sewol ferry accident. According to a representative, FNC Entertainment and the band had decided to push back the date of the Busan concert in order to send their condolences towards the victims and families affected by the ferry tragedy. In regards to the change in concert date, a representative of the concert hall said, “The concert ‘2014 CNBLUE Live – Can’t Stop‘ that was to take place on April 26 at Bexco has been cancelled and pushed back to another date...