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Jang Geun-suk Holds Additional Performance in Taiwan

2011/06/28 | 885 views | Permalink | Source

Hallyu star Jang Geun-suk's popularity has become a sensation. Jang Geun-suk's agency Tree-J Company said on June 24 that they decided to add one more concert to Jang Geun-suk's Asia concert tour entitled "2011 Jang Geum Seok Asia Tour THE CRI SHOW in Taiwan" as Jang's fans had requested.

So Jang Geun-suk met a total of 8,000 fans while holding two concerts including the additional concert on June 24 and his planned concert on June 25. The 4,000 concert tickets for his concert on June 25 were sold out within only 30 minutes after ticket sales opened last month. His agency said, "Fans who could not buy a concert ticket have requested to add more concerts, and we urgently decided to hold one more concert. We have planned to hold one concert in countries in Asia while having this Asia concert tour, and we were very much surprised to see this huge response in Taiwan".

Jang Geun-suk, who has become a Hallyu star actor with his appearances in dramas such as "Hong Gil Dong", "Marry Me, Mary!" and "You're Beautiful", also ranked atop the Oricon chart as a singer with his debut song "Let Me Cry" in Japan. He has gained huge popularity all around Asian countries. During his Asian concert tour, he will hold concerts in countries including Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Malaysia.

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