[Trans] 180121 TVXQ, After 5 years, Nissan Stadium Concerts Decided .. “Beating their own record”


TVXQ, after 5 years, Nissan Stadium concerts decided .. “beating their own record”
{t/n: in 2013, set record for being first foreign artistes to hold concerts at Nissan Stadium}



The duo TVXQ’s Japan Nissan Stadium concerts have been decided.

TVXQ revealed this decision on the 21st, at their ‘Tohoshinki Live Tour 2017-Begin Again’ concert at Kyocera Dome in Japan.

For 3 days from the 8th to the 10th of June, TVXQ will be holding concerts at Yokohama’s Nissan Stadium in Japan. This will be about 5 years after TVXQ last held a concert there in 2013, as part of their ‘Tohoshinki Live Tour 2013~ Time’ and the second time they will be having a Nissan Stadium concert.

Nissan Stadium is a stage where Japanese topmost singers such as X-Japan, L’-arc en ciel, SMAP have performed on, and is currently, the biggest concert venue in Japan. By holding concerts for 3 days in 2018, TVXQ, which had a Nissan Stadium concert in 2013 for 2 days, will be beating their own record.

Separately, after finishing their hiatus due to army service, TVXQ’s U-Know Yunho and Choikang Changmin resumed activities as a unit from the 21st of August last year. They are expected to make a comeback to the local showbiz world (i.e Kr comeback) in the first half of this year. {t/n: the expected period is around Feb~1st quarter}

[cr: OSEN via naver]


Dispatch also tweeted/reported the news:

Dispatch: TVXQ who was the first ever foreign artistes to hold concerts at Nissan Stadium, will hold concerts there a second time. “Nissan Stadium is the largest concert venue in Japan and can hold up to 70,000 to 75,000 concert-goers”

[cr: @dispatchsns]




OSEN via naver,
Translated by @snxy: 1 and 2,
Shared by TVXQ! Express


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