JYJ’s World Tour Concert 2011 to continue in Beijing May 7th
We previously reported on the dates for the JYJ World Tour Concert 2011 Asia. Chinese fans are excited as the date for the concert approaches in Beijing. The 2011 concert kicked off in Bangkok on April 2nd and 3rd, and this exciting concert will continue to Beijing on May 7th.
Continuing his role as director of all the tour concerts in Asia, Kim Jaejoong has been in deep discussions with the technical staff to make the various changes based on the specifications of the venue in Beijing, Capital Indoor Stadium. Although there will be no extension of the stage, Kim is still dedicated to ensure all fans will be able to enjoy the exciting performance. To guarantee that fans sitting at the balcony seats will be able to get a clear view of the three members, additional high-definition projectors will be added to both sides of the stage, and an LED screen will be placed at the center stage. There will be a total of nine lifts on the stage, with no expense spared for lighting, movable screens, and other special effects equipment, for the sake of creating the best visual effects and presenting an unbeatable audio-visual experience.
Kim Jaejoong will be headed to Beijing in advance to work on the entire stage production and continue his successful role as director. He and his staff will also be trying their best to include Chinese elements, making this remarkable stage one to look out for.
The organizer expressed that there had been no plans made for a concert in China during the initial announcement of this first JYJ World Tour. However, they quickly contacted the Korean management, and after much effort, managed to secure this one concert in China. The members of JYJ are also looking forward to this trip to China, and have expressed that they will present a most exciting stage for their Chinese fans, so that every attending fan will be able to bring home an unforgettable memory.
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Source: 163.com via KoreaBoo