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Kim Jae-joong’s first solo concert wrapped up in TaiwanBy Korea Herald
Published : April 15, 2013 - 15:01
Kim Jae-joong, a member of K-pop group JYJ, successfully closed out his Asia tour in Taiwan on Saturday, C-JeS Entertainment said.
The popular singer kicked off his first solo concert series “Your, My and Mine” in January, marking the release of his first solo EP album. Kim held concerts in Seoul, Shanghai, Nanjing and Hong Kong.
Some 4,000 fans gathered at Taiwan University Gymnasium to cheer Kim on. The 27-year-old singer hosted a short fan meeting session at the concert where his fans threw questions and played games with their favorite star.
“Although the languages we use are different, I believe that my fans can feel my love for them through my music. Thank you so much,” said Kim at the end of the Taiwan concert.
Kim returned to Korea on Sunday and is now taking time off to be with his family and friends, C-JeS said.
Park Sui, Intern reporter
Articles by Korea Herald
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