Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Min Kyung-hoon attracts 1,000 fans to Japan concert

Korean singer Min Kyung-hoon at his concert in Japan [IS Entertainment]

Korean singer Min Kyung-hoon visited Japan last week for his solo concert, according to his agency IS Entertainment on Tuesday.

A press release from IS stated that Min successfully held his concert titled "2010 Min Kyung-hoon Solo Live Concert-Rebirth" which attracted some 1,000 fans to the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Tokyo on May 27.

The concert featured live performances of his hit tunes "You Don't Know Men," "It Hurts Because It's Love," "A Vacation to Me" and "Coward" followed by a question and answer session, hand shaking event and other various programs.

He also sang J-Pop group Luna Sea's "Tonight," Jason Mraz's "I'm Yours" and the newly arranged tune of Buzz's "Gashi."

Min then thanked his fans in Japanese saying, "I have returned to the same stage that I first stood on in 2008 for my solo debut. It means a lot to see all my fans again."

"We are planning on holding more concerts in Japan and we have been contacted by several companies that are interested in the singer's activities in the country," a representative from IS explained.

Min made his debut in 2003 as the lead vocalist in the now-disbanded rock band Buzz.

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