TVXQ! Had A Special Train Journey Experience With 180 Fans

TVXQ! spent a special day with fans in remembrance of their 10th anniversary.

TVXQ! opened the ‘TVXQ! 10th Anniversary Train Trip’ event and went for a train trip to Gokseong and Jeollanamdo while spending joyful hours with specially invited 180 fans on March 24.

This event particularly proceeded in advance application through Media Synnara and Korail, and was highly competitive even on weekdays. Therefore, there was a total of over 10 thousand applicants. On top of it, fans not only from Korea but also Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore and other Asian countries participated in the booking, further signifies the popularity of TVXQ! once more.

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The ‘TVXQ! Train’ that was to travel through special routes between the Seoul station and Gokseong station for that one day was organized and the interior of the train was also decorated with headrests printed with commemorative logos and pictures of TVXQ! that captured people’s attention. During the travel, TVXQ! made direct announcements and went around each room to take attendance of those on board, and held a trump card event. These diversified programs doubled the fun and charm of ‘TVXQ! Train’.

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In addition, after arriving Gokseong station, TVXQ! visited Rose Park in Seomjin River Train Village and presented unforgettable day to fans. The duo got closer to fans and spent special times through rail biking, fan sign event, and a commemorative group photography.

TVXQ! expressed, “It was a meaningful and joyful time as we could build special memories with our fans after this train journey in remembrance of our 10th anniversary. We will keep working hard and we ask much of your support and love.”

On the other hand, TVXQ! will begin their Japanese Live Tour starting off with the Yokohama Arena concert on April 22 since they have concluded their 7th regular album activities.

Photos courtesy of SM Entertainment

[Article is translated by Judith from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]

This article originally published at Osen here.

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