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TVXQ! to hold five-domes tour across Japan, first Korean artist to do so.

They boys had done us proud once again! They announce a plan to hold concerts in five biggest stadiums across Japan, making them the first Korean star and fourth non-Japanese artist to have five-dome tour in Japan after Bon Jovi (2003), Eagles (2004) and Billy Joel (2006).

“The five stadiums are the biggest concert halls in Japan where only top artists can perform. They are also called ‘Dream Stage’ venues. TVXQ!‘s popularity in Japan have enable them to hold a concert in these venues,” expressed a TVXQ! spokesperson as recited by TV Reports.

They will kick off the concert on April 27, 2013 in Saitama Super Arena, and continues to Tokyo Dome, Osaka Kyocera Dome, Fukoka Yahoo! Japan Dome, Sapporo Dome, and Nagoya Dome.


Sekali lagi, TVXQ! telah membuat kita bangga. Mereka baru saja mengumumkan rencana untuk melangsungkan tur konser di 5 tempat paling bergengsi di seluruh Jepang. Mereka merupakan artis Korea pertama yang dapat melakukannya, dan artis non-Jepang keempat yang melangsungkan tur di ‘five-domes’ ini.

“Kelima stadium ini adalah hall konser terbesar di Jepang dan hanya artis-artis papan atas yang dapat melangsungkan konser di tempat-tempat ini. Mereka juga bisa dibilang ‘panggung impian’. Popularitas TVXQ! membuat mereka dapat mewujudkan hal ini,” ucap juru bicara TVXQ! seperti dilansir TV Reports.

Konser akan dimulai tanggal 27 April 2013 di Saitama Super Arena, dilanjutkan ke Tokyo Dome, Osaka Kyocera Dome, Fukoka Yahoo! Japan Dome, Sapporo Dome, dan Nagoya Dome.

Source: sokoreal.com + yukichitvxq@YT (video)
re-written, translated and shared by TVXQ!’s Red Queens

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