JYJ’s Junsu Unveils New Promotional Photos For Japan Solo Performance

JYJ’s Junsu’s 2014 XIA THE BEST BALLAD SPRING TOUR CONCERT IN JAPAN poster was revealed.

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On April 3, C-JeS Entertainment revealed the poster for the concerts that will be held in May in Tokyo and Osaka. The musical and ballad concert, which is to be held in Japan for the first time, received tremendous response. The poster is released prior to the start of the ticket sales and received great response. It depicts Junsu in a pure and youth-like mysterious atmosphere.

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The revealed poster showed Junsu’s natural look in white T-shirt, with crown of flowers and also flowers as decoration, taking the concept of a Spring Tour Concert. From the poster itself, we can guess that this performance will showcase Junsu’s charm as a ballad singer. It’s a different image from the strong and powerful from the performance Junsu had so far.

Through ‘2014 XIA THE BEST BALLAD SPRING TOUR CONCERT IN JAPAN’, it is planned that Junsu will present a best ballad concert to a total of 70,000 fans. From May 13 till 15 at Tokyo’s Yoyogi National First Gymnasium, it is scheduled to hold a total of 36,000 fans while from May 22 till 24 with a total of 33,000 fans at Osaka-jō Hall.

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

This article originally published at JYJ Japan Official Website here.

BONUS: New promotional photos for ‘2014 XIA THE BEST BALLAD SPRING TOUR CONCERT IN JAPAN’

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Photos courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment

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