[TRANS] 130328 JYJ’s Popularity Is Proven As A Thousand Fans Flock To Haneda Airport To Greet Them

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JYJ, who flew to Japan for their first Tokyo Dome performance in three years, had fans flocking to airports in both Korea and Japan to see them.

Ahead of their Tokyo Dome performance next week, JYJ left for Japan yesterday (27th) from Gimpo Airport. Fans began gathering at the airport from the early hours of the morning to see JYJ, and approximately 500 fans filled the airport to send JYJ off.

When JYJ arrived at Haneda Airport two hours later, a thousand fans who had already gathered at the venue cheered and welcomed them back to Japan. The fans stayed behind the safety lines set up by the airport staff and cheered for JYJ.

C-JeS Entertainment stated, “When the airport staff saw the number of fans gathering at the airport for JYJ’s arrival, they moved all the benches from the area and set up a safety line. This isn’t something that happens often in Japan, so it proved once more just how popular JYJ are in Japan.”

JYJ’s Tokyo Dome concert, which will be held from the 2nd till the 4th of April, is the group’s first Dome concert in three years since June, 2010. The upcoming concert will attract 150,000 fans across three days and with three times as many applicants for tickets, the concert sold out immediately. The last day’s performance will be aired live in theaters all across Japan, meaning that the number of fans who will watch JYJ’s concert will increase to 210,000 fans.

Source: [kuki news]

Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net

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3 thoughts on “[TRANS] 130328 JYJ’s Popularity Is Proven As A Thousand Fans Flock To Haneda Airport To Greet Them

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