TVXQ to hold fan meeting in Japan
K-pop group TVXQ have just finished a successful run of concerts at the Tokyo Dome and proceeded to announce fan meetings for the summer.
TVXQ's agency SM Entertainment said 165,000 attended "TVXQ Live Tour 2012 _ Tone" in Tokyo from Saturday to Monday. The boy band sang some 25 songs, including new track "Still."
The agency said the boy band became the third foreign artist in Japan to hold three consecutive concerts at the Tokyo Dome, the largest concert hall in Japan, after Michael Jackson in 1988 and the Backstreet Boys in 2001.
During the last concert on Monday, TVXQ announced that they will hold fan meetings on June 30 and July 1 at the Saitama Super Arena and on July 7 and 8 at the Kobe World Memorial Hall.
This is the first event for TVXQ fan club members in four years since January 2008 and the four day event is expected to draw more than 100,000 people.
The group will wrap up the concert tour of Japan at the Kyosera Dome in Osaka, playing three nights there from Friday to Monday.