Asian Prince, Jang Geun Suk, revealed the production cost of his upcoming Asian tour is a whopping 13.2 billion won (about 11.5 million in USD).
An official for Jang Geun Suk’s agency announced that his Asian tour will begin at Korea University in Seoul on July 7. Jang Geun Suk’s Asian concert tour “The Cri Show 2” promises to give fans an updated performance through a creative presentation. The Asian tour begins in Seoul but will make its way to Japan where he will visit Yokohama and Osaka. His Southeast Asia tour is expected to continue traveling to China and other countries.
Through his Twitter account Jang Geun Suk commented, “My Asian tour ‘The Cri Show 2.’ Just the production costs exceed 13 billion won…I finally know why they fed me Shin Ramen in Japan.”
The agency’s official stated that, “The total production costs, including charter, totals 13.2 billion won. The price of this year’s show has doubled compared to last year’s ‘Cri Show 1’ which visited six countries in Asia,” he continued, “Tickets went on sale for the opening concert in Seoul two weeks ago. We are expecting that overseas fans are going to take up half of the seats.”
Back in May Jang Geun Suk released his first full-length studio album, “Just Crazy.” He is scheduled to kick-start the summer by meeting with 1,5000 fans this coming Sunday afternoon for a fan meet that will be held at the Lotte Hotel in Busan. Even though the meeting is being held in Korea many Japanese fans are flying in for the “Sweet Party with Jang Geun Suk” with fans hailing from Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka and other provinces. Because of this surge a plane has been chartered to fly directly from Tokyo to Busan.