Could there be a more busy star than DBSK? With the busy schedules of idols, we’ll never know, but DBSK is sure to be right at the top. All year long, the duo has been promoting back and forth in Korea and Japan, as well as accompanying their label on concerts overseas to locations like Paris.
After one hectic week of back to back year-end ceremonies, DBSK will finally be able to kick back and rest, as the boys have been awarded with a few days of vacation time in the new year.
On December 30, SM Entertainment announced that DBSK will take a break for a few days starting on New Year’s Day before heading straight back to Japan to start their arena tour. The arena tour starts in mid-January, so the boys won’t have too much time to get cozy.
Until then, they’ll have to endure an intense schedule that requires them to be in two, sometimes three, places at once on any given day. After completing their performance at NHK‘s “Kohaku Uta Gassen,” DBSK will be going straight back to Korea to get some much needed rest.
Their Japanese arena tour will make a total of nine stops, Tokyo included.