JYJ wrapped up the final performance of their ” The Return of the King ” tour at the Challenger Hall in Bangkok, Thailand last night.
“Approximately 10,000 fans filled the concert hall and showed JYJ so much love,” the trio’s management agency C-JeS Entertainment announced in a statement this morning, according to the Korean publication Osen Entertainment.
JYJ began their tour in Seoul in early August and has gone continued to perform at venues in Hong Kong, Taipei, Shanghai and more.
Most of the concerts that were held were completely sold out, according to the released statement.
The idol members sang tracks from their new album “Just Us” as well as their previous hits, including “Let Me See,” “So So,” “In Heaven,” “Back Seat,” “BaBo Boy” and “Valentine,” according to the media outlet Allkpop.
“Fans in Thailand are always energetic and passionate.
There are also a lot of beautiful female fans in Thailand as well,” stated the members of JYJ towards the end of their concert.
The singers added, “Our recent tour in Asia felt short.
We feel as though we’ve gained strength from the love we received from fans during the course of our tour so we’re so thankful.
We hope you guys are always happy and healthy.” JYJ recently sang at the opening ceremony of the “2014 Incheon Asian Games,” performing for the first time on three of the major networks in Korea in several years.
“I performed without thinking about broadcasting, but my eyes filled up with tears when the staff members told me, ‘You came out a lot [on TV].’ At the time, I said, ‘Ah, it was broadcasted.’ I even got text messages from my friends abroad. It was fascinating that I got texts about getting to be on TV, wondering if it was something to warrant that. There were a lot of people there, but a lot of people recognized us, which I was grateful for, and it was fun performing,” explained JYJ member Yoochun .