JYJ’s Junsu has wrapped up his third solo Asian concert tour that took him to seven cities, where he performed in front of a total of over 150,000 fans at fourteen concerts. His final concerts took place in Nagoya, Japan on April 7 and 8.
The tour started in March in Osaka. Junsu then headed to Seoul, Shanghai, Bangkok, Tokyo, Fukuoka, and then finally Nagoya. Almost all of his concerts have been completely sold out.
At his last concerts in Nagoya, Junsu cracked jokes with fans in Japanese and sang fan requests. In return, the audience screamed at his every word and gesture.
“It’s too bad that the Asia tour went by so fast,” he said to fans. “I gained strength from all of your love and support as I’ve been on this tour. I’ll work even harder in the future so that none of you ever regret calling yourself my fan.”
Now that his Asia tour is wrapped up, Junsu will be performing two encore concerts in Seoul on April 18 and 19.
Fans in Korea will also get to see him soon in the musical “Death Note,” in which he will play the character L.