JYJ World Tour Pusan Concert, Sells out 20,000 Seats in 15 Minutes
The Pusan Concert of JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) has sold out within 15 minutes of ticket reserve sale.
The entirety of the 20,000 tickets for the Pusan Concert on June 11 and 12, which is the final stop of the World Tour concert, was sold out within 15 minutes of opening ticket sales at 8pm of the 27th. The JYJ World Tour Korea Concert tickets were sold through Interpark and all of the tickets for the two concerts that are scheduled to be held at 7pm on June 11 and 12 were sold out instantaneously.
An affiliate of Interpark revealed: “Before opening of the sale inquiries poured forth. After we opened the sales at 8pm, after a delay of connection for about 15 minutes, 20,000 seats were instantaneously sold out. It should only be possible because this is JYJ.”
The JYJ Concert 2011 that began in April in Thailand finished the Asia Tour in China and Taiwan and such, and from last week is proceeding on its North American leg, and is becoming a talk of the town wherever it goes. JYj who finish their American Tour on the 3rd of next month will come to finish the 2-month run of the World Tour with the Pusan Concert of the 11th and 12th. JYJ plans to put their efforts to the Pusan Concert as an occasion to finish up the past 7 concerts.
Director Paek Changjoo of C-JeS Entertainment revealed: We are thankful to the heated attention that you have poured forth for the JYJ World Tour Pusan Concert. With this occasion we felt again the enthusiasm of the countless JYJ fans. We will consider positively the possibility of an additional concert for the fans who are disappointed. Please look forward to a spectacular concert.”
This concert which will be held in Pusan Sajik Indoors Gymnasium is a collaborative stage between Kim Jaejoong who was the executive director of the Asia Tour and Jeri Slaughter who was the executive director of the America Tour. It is gathering expectations to be a well-made performance that combines masterpiece singing ability unique to JYJ and a communicative performance.