[Trans] 180122 With 3 Days at Nissan Stadium, Record for Being the First to do so in Japanese History


With 3 days at Nissan Stadium, record for being the first to do so in Japanese history

TVXQ writes rewrites concert history. They will be having 3 days of concerts in a row at Japan’s foremost Nissan Stadium.

From June 8th to the 10th for 3 days, TVXQ will be having additional concerts at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Japan, as part of their “Tohoshinki Live Tour~ Begin Again~Special Edition in Nissan Stadium”. With a seating capacity of up to 75,000, Nissan Stadium is the biggest concert venue.

It is also where TVXQ will be holding the finale to their Japanese live tour. Rewriting concert history. TVXQ is scheduled to hold 3 days of concerts at Nissan Stadium. They will be the first ever to do so in Japanese concert history.

They will also be setting the best record for themselves. With the completed 17 Japanese concerts, about 780,000 concert-goers were mobilised. With these finale concerts, it is expected to break through more than 1,000,000 concert-goers. This will be the largest scale ever of Tohoshinki’s Japan tours.

At the Kyocera Dome concerts in Osaka which were from the 19th to the 21st, U-Know Yunho had conveyed, “thank you very much for giving us so much support to our resumption of activities, “while feeling this responsibility, with renewed determination, we will show you an even cooler side of ourselves.

Choikang Changmin had said, “we feel once more than the place that TVXQ has to be at, is on the stage,” “I am happy that we were able to meet everyone of the fans and finish this live tour.”

Seprately, TVXQ has successfully finished their 5-Dome Japanese tour that started last November in Sapporo Dome in Fukuoka and went on to Fukuoka’s Yahuoku! done, Nagoya Dome and Osaka’s Kyocera Dome.





Dispatch via naver,
Translated by @snxy,
Shared by TVXQ! Express


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