JYJ’s Junsu Wraps Up US Tour and Heads to South America

JYJ‘s Junsu (also known as XIA) successfully finished his concert tour in the United States. On September 2, Junsu performed at Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles for “XIA 1st World Tour in LA.” Approximately 2000 fans gathered to see their favorite K-Pop star performing live.

Junsu opened the concert with “Breath” and instantly captured the audience’s attention with dreamlike-magician choreography using a cane with his American dance team. The performances that followed “Breath” all showcased powerful and captivating choreography, including edgy group choreography of “Set Me Free” and sexy groove of “Uncommitted.” Automatic, the songwriter of “Uncommitted” from Sony Music, was in the audience throughout the concert.

Korean American politician Tina Park of Los Angeles Education Committee and the White House official Tony Babauta were also in the audience. Tina Park commented, “K-Pop has been garnering much attention throughout the world lately. I think Tony and I just had a great experience watching XIA performing. As a Korean, I am so proud of tonight’s concert. I would love to support XIA throughout his American career.” 

Junsu thanked all his fans, “I came to LA after my NY performance and for some reason, the World tour just started to feel real. I am so thankful to have all these people come and enjoy my performance. I hope to make a special memory on this stage with all of you tonight.” 

Junsu will continue his world tour concert series in South America starting on September 6 in Mexico City, Mexico. He will be visiting Brazil and Chile during this tour, too.