SEOUL, June 9 (Yonhap) — Junsu of South Korean pop trio JYJ will tour eight major Asian cities starting this weekend, following the release of his fourth solo full-length album “XIGNATURE,” his agency said on Thursday.
Junsu, also known by his full name Kim Jun-su and stage name Xia Junsu from his former boy band TVXQ, will perform a total of 15 concerts in eight cities in South Korea, Japan, China and Thailand, according to C-JeS Entertainment.
This is the fifth Asia tour by the 29-year-old singer.
Junsu will kick off the solo Asia tour on Saturday in Olympic Stadium in southeastern Seoul. Then he will throw concerts in the Japanese cities of Nagoya, Kobe and Yokohama, the Chinese cities of Guangzhou and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Thailand.
“We originally planned seven concerts in Japan, but because of strong requests from the Japanese fans, we added two more concerts,” said an official from C-JeS Entertainment.
“(Junsu) is totally occupied with practice to bring a legendary stage performance to his fans in Asia.”
In the upcoming Asia tour, Junsu will perform songs from “XIGNATURE,” released on May 30, in addition to hits from his previous albums.
[NEWS] Kim Junsu Confirms His Asia Tour Schedules via BNT News UK