Monday, February 26, 2007

More About 2nd Asia Tour Concert


1. Phantom Video/Movie
2. Million Men
3. The Way U Are
4. Rising Sun
5. One
6. Ment
7. Mi Duh Yo
8. You're my Miracle
+ Junsu SOLO (self composed) My page
+ Yoochun SOLO PopSong One Last Cry
+ Yunho SOLO (self composed) Spokes Man
12. Hey! Girl
13. I wanna hold you
- Video/movie + Ment
+ Changmin SOLO Extreme 'When I first kissed you'
+ JaeJoong SOLO Crying
16. Drive
- Ment
18. Whatever They Say
19. You Only Love
20. Dangerous Mind
21. Tri-Angle (Featuring Jang Ri In)
22. O - Jung.Ban.Hap
23. Remember
24. Balloons
25. Hiyaya Summer Day
- Ment
27. Pabo (Unforgettable)
28. Hug

credits to vietblue99@soompi , Zhangliyin baidu bar

Few couple more articles & news about DBSK's 2nd Asia Tour Concert.

Korean Idol Group TVXQ Begins Asian Tour

The hottest idol star group in Korea TVXQ has launched its second Asian tour.

TVXQ kicked off the tour with an electrifying 2-1/2 hour concert last Friday at the Olympic Park in Seoul.

The concert theme was “anti-war” and the show befittingly started off with blaring sirens. Throughout the concert, black-and-white images of war and terrorism around the globe were shown in the background. Then the TVXQ members, dressed up as "sci-fi warriors of peace," put on a spectacular segment entitled “Dangerous Mind” together with 50 flag-waving military-garbed dancers.

In another segment, members dropped down 17 meters from the air to rescue a woman drowning in the sea, which earned thunderous applause from the audience.

Individual members each had the chance to flaunt their vocal talents later on. Xiah Jun-su sang his own composition “My Page” and Micky Yoo-chun performed his own rendition of Brian McNight’s “One Last Cry.”

The concert repertoire included 24 songs, showcasing the group's hits such as “Hug” and “Rising Sun.” When it was time to sing a piece from their album “Tri-angle,” they were joined by female Chinese singer Jang Ri-in.

Reflecting their popularity in Asia, over 1,500 fans from Japan, China, Thailand, and five other Asian nations attended the concert. The final tally of the audience stood at 12,000.

After holding three concerts in Seoul, TVXQ will continue the Asian tour in the latter half of this year, visiting Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and three other cities.

But first they will go to Japan to release a single and its second album “Five in the Black” in March, and go on a nationwide tour of Japan in May.

Idol Concert Marred by Excessive Screening

By Cathy Rose A. Garcia
Staff Reporter

Korean boy band TVXQ performs during “The Second Asia Tour ‘O’” concert at the Olympic Gymnastics Stadium in Olympic Park in southern Seoul, Friday./ Korea Times

Confusion marred popular Korean boy band TVXQ's sold-out concert "The Second Asia Tour 'O''' at Olympic Gymnastics Stadium in Seoul on Friday, as thousands of fans waited for hours after the concert to retrieve their cell phones and digital cameras from the organizers.
Concert organizers required the 8,000 fans who attended Friday's concert to leave their cell phones and digital cameras in three designated booths before entering the stadium. This was done to ensure that fans would not be able to take photographs or videos of TVXQ during the concert. Images of the concert were licensed to several mobile phone content providers.

After the concert ended, fans, mostly middle school and high school girls, scrambled to retrieve their belongings. Since there was no system for the retrieval at three booths, there was a lot of confusion. Some fans even had to wait until 3 a.m. to get their cell phones and cameras back.

In a statement posted on its Web site, S.M. Entertainment apologized for the inconvenience to TVXQ's fans.

"Our company sincerely apologizes to the fans who attended the concert. We will request our company's concert organizers to make sure this will not be a problem in the future," S.M. Entertainment said.

In recent years, concert organizers and entertainment companies have tried to impose strict regulations to prevent fans from taking videos and photographs during concerts and events. Entertainment companies are increasingly becoming concerned over copyright violations resulting from these fan videos and photos, which are usually circulated on the Web.

Digital cameras, cell phones and MP3 players, even those without recording capability, were not allowed to be brought inside the concert hall during Japanese pop group Arashi's concert in Seoul in November.

But there are still some pop stars that allow their fans to take photographs. Irish pop superstars Westlife even asked their fans to take photos during the concert in Seoul last year.

Despite the problems over fan's cameras and phones, TVXQ kicked off its second Asian tour with sold-out concerts on Friday and Saturday. Another concert was scheduled for Sunday evening.

Loud cheers erupted when the five-member group appeared on stage performing "Phantom" from their latest album "O _ Chong.Ban.Hap." TVXQ delighted their fans with their singing and dancing throughout the two-hour concert.

TVXQ's Asian tour will bring them to Beijing and Shanghai, China; Taipei, Taiwan; Hong Kong; Bangkok, Thailand; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this year. The concert dates have not yet been confirmed.

TVXQ, known as Tohoshinki in Japan, will tour Japan from May 10 to June 16. The group, which will release their second Japanese album, ``Five in the Black," next month, will hold 14 concerts in the country.


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