Se7en Moved to Tears By Fans at Japanese Concert
Singer Se7en was overcome with emotion while kicking off his concert series in Japan before enlisting in the army.
On February 7, Se7en held his first concert in Shibuya, Tokyo as part of his “Se7en’s 2013 Concert in Japan~ Arigtao~” concert series and gave his dedicated fans a performance to remember while revealing his personally penned track “Arigato” for the first time.
It was reported that Se7en was moved to tears when fans surprised him during a certain portion of the song “Arigato,” when approximately 2000 fans held up banners above their heads that read “Arigato, Se7en” as a sweet farewell gesture.
Se7en, who had not once shed a tear at any of his concerts since his debut ten years ago caused the atmosphere of the concert stadium to immediately become solemn. Suddenly, there was not a dry eye in the entire stadium as fans and staff alike felt their hearts melt for the artist who showed his immense gratitude for the support of his fans in a personal manner.
Se7en performed in total 25 tracks which included hits like “Come Back To Me,” “Lalala,” “Passion“, etc. Because this would be one of the final concerts Se7en would be putting on before enlistment, it was an especially memorable time for both fans and artist.
After wrapping up his concerts in Japan, Se7en will be returning to Korea and putting on a concert for Korean fans in March which will include a segment where he will be able to talk and interact with fans.