[NEWS] TVXQ's Impressive Fans! Performances By All 5 Erase Rumours Of Disbandment - Shanghai


On 2009.10.02, TVXQ, South Korea's 5-member vocal group, held their concert "TVXQ THE THIRD ASIA TOUR CONCERT - MIROTIC" in Shanghai's Hongkou Football Stadium. Reported on the 3rd by the Shanghai Paper and the Dong Fang Daily.

On that day, in the areas surrounding the venue, there were many vendors selling TVXQ goods, and with so many fans swarming there, there was a temporary congestion. Within the arena, it was filled with the red pen lights of the audience, and when the red pen lights moved in tandem with the songs, it was a spectacular sight. Also, when it came to the members' solos, the lights would change into different colours that represent the members when they appeared one by one, for example, green and purple, and the entire venue was surrounded by a fantastical atmosphere.

In Chinese, Yunho shouted "Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!" and Jejung looked into the screen and asked "Did you miss me?" and drew roaring cheers from the fans. When the concert started, they were shouting "Don't stop! Don't disband!", and at the end of the concert the audiences held up banners that had "I believe (midoyo)" in Korean written on them, and the fans were an impressive sight as they kept on chanting "Midoyo" right till the end.

Source: [Record China (japanese version)]
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4 Responses so far.

  1. Anonymous says:

    i miss them :/ glad to see them on stage again~

  2. Anonymous says:

    :)) saranghae nae oppa!! :X

  3. Anonymous says:

    i love DBSK fans! they are really supportive!it's just so awesome how this group of 5 amazing guys could unite ppl from all over the world..this just proves how great dbsk is one of the greatest boyband up to date!!! DBSK FIGHTING!!!

  4. Radhika says:

    Keeping the Faith ! ^_^

    So glad they performed together again after that gap !

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