2PM’s Jun.K met 20,000 fans for his final solo show in Japan


2PM's Jun.K met 20

2PM's Jun.K met 20,000 fans for his final solo show in Japan

  Long time no see Jun.K! The main vocal of popular boy group 2PM met 20,000 fans for his final solo show in Japan. He wrapped up his ‘ Jun.K Solo Tour 2015 No Shadow ‘  finale show in Tokyo. This will mark as his last musical appearance before he enlist to the military. As reported by allkpop , Jun.K performed a total of 20 songs. Started with an acapella version of ” Think About You” , then followed by ” Love Letter”, “No Shadow”, “Go Crazy”, “No Love” , and other hit songs from his solo albums and from 2PM’s vast discography.
The stage was lit in red, from the impressive lighting to the color of what Jun.K’s fans wore. Jun.K had professional help from backup dancers and live performing band. According to his Wikipedia  page, Jun.K started to focus on his solo career back in 2014. He chose to expand his popularity in Japan, and succeed. He released Japanese solo album ” Love & Hate”  in 2014, and the album was ranked first in Oricon. The tour with the same name also ranked in top 10 best 2014 concerts in Japan, thanks to his impressive live performances. He was the only K-Pop artist to be included in the list. From then on Jun.K released his second Japanese solo album titled ” Love Letter”  the following year. ” Love Letter”  reached 1st on Oricon daily album charts and on Japan’s Billboard charts for top album sales. Meanwhile Jun.K released his first studio album in Korean language titled ” Mr. NO”  back in July 2016. The album soon followed by his third Japanese solo album titled ” No Shadow”  that was recently released this December. ” No Shadow”  instantly reached first on Oricon daily album charts, second on Oricon weekly album charts and Japan’s Billboard charts for top and hot album sales. Also seen to give him full support were two members of 2PM, Nichkhun and Wooyoung. The trio posed for JYP Entertainment’s official website, showing their closeness in a silly kind of way. During the encore stage, his fans held up papers written in Hangul saying WE ‘ LL ALWAYS WAIT FOR YOU .    

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