JYJ’s Busan concerts expected to cause “ticket war”

25 May

With JYJ in the midst of the North American leg of their World Tour, fans in Korea anxiously await their return to the country for the final two shows of the tour, which take place on June 11th and 12th in Busan. However, getting tickets to the event is predicted by many to be a challenge.

Despite JYJ’s notable fanbase in Japan, the country was not on their list of stops for their World Tour. As such, it’s been speculate that a large amount of fans for Japan will make up a bulk of those purchasing tickets for the Busan concerts, potentially overwhelming Korean fans. Regarding this, CJeS CEO Baek Chang Joo assuaged, “We are currently thinking of a plan for domestic fans as they have been notified that a large block of tickets have already been bought by Japan.” He even went on to state that despite the members’ busy schedules, a separate concert could potentially occur, though not necessarily in Busan. “… Taking the fans into consideration, we are currently fixing the schedules so that we can add one more performance in a location other than Busan.“

Regarding the Busan show’s ticketing, the company also released the following statement:

** The date that we previously announced (26th of May, Thursday) has been changed to the 27th of May, Friday.

Please take note that the the accurate communication between the venue and the ticket sales office may be delayed.

Date: 27th of May, Friday at 8PM
Distributor: Interpark

Seating class and pricing (including tax):
VIP seating: 143,000₩
R Seating: 132,000₩
S Seating: 110,000₩
A Seating: 88,000₩
B Seating: 55,000₩
C Seating: 33,000₩

Once again, sorry for the confusion caused in the ticketing.

We hope for your understanding.

Thank you for always.

Do you think the ticketing will be dominated by international fans? Will you be attempting to get tickets?

Sources: Sports Chosun, DongBangData, OneTVXQ and C-Jes
Shared : koreaboo.com

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