[NEWS] JYJ’s Jun Su will go on a world tour in five countries
JYJ’s Jun Su (XIA) recently announced the cities in North and South America where he will hold concerts. He’s the first Korean solo singer going on a world tour.
On July 25, C-jes Entertainment, Jun Su’s agency, reported Jun Su will visit the U.S., Mexico, Brazil, and Chile for his world tour.
The first concert of Jun Su’s world tour will be held at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on August 30.
This concert hall is a place where JYJ had their showcase in 2010. Such famous American singers as Puff Daddy, Nicki Minaj, and Nas also performed at the hall. When JYJ had their showcase, lots of Americans came to the hall to see JYJ, and Jun Su is visiting this place again in August for his concert.
Jun Su will continue the tour at the Hollywood Palladium in LA, where such popular pop singers as Jay-Z and Justin Bieber performed, on September 2.
After the concert in LA, Jun Su will immediately fly to Mexico and hold concerts at the Black Berry Auditorium in Mexico City on September 6, at the Espacio Victory in São Paulo, Brazil, on September 8, and at the Teatro Caupolica in Santiago, Chile, on September 10.
A person in charge of Jun Su’s tour of South America, says, “Many fans are excited about Jun Su’s tour of South America. His tour is currently a hot issue here. In terms of cost and profit, going on a tour in South America might not be very appealing to many artists, but Junsu’s tour will make a positive influence in North and South America as C-jes Entertainment has planned.”
Jun Su says, “I’ve lately worked on my single and music video in the U.S. I’m very satisfied with the way they came out and also very excited to see my fans from all around the world.”
C-jes Entertainment says, “Going on a world tour is an endless challenge for us. It’s even hard for many American pop singers to go on a world tour in North and South America as a solo singer, but we’re confident that we can do well again this time because there is sufficient infrastructure and we know the systems.”
Jun Su will finish his Asian tour on August 7 in Hong Kong and go on a world tour in North and South America and Europe.