Girls’ Generation’s first Japan Arena Tour ended with grand finale in Fukuoka on the 18th.
Starting from Osaka on May 31st, Girls’ Generation had held ‘Girls’ Generation Arena Tour 2011’ for 14 times in 6 cities in Japan (Saitama, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagoya, and Fukuoka). Even though it was their first solo concert in Japan, it drew over 140,000 audiences and proved tremendous popularity of Girls’ Generation who has captivated Asia beyond Korea.
Girls’ Generation fascinated Japanese fans by presenting fantastic performances of unit stages of each members and performed around 30 songs including their Japanese single hit songs such as ‘GENIE,’ ‘Gee,’ ‘Run Devil Run’ and ‘MR.TAXI’ and their first Japanese full album tracks such as ‘Let it rain’ and ‘The great escape.’ They even performed Korean hit songs that haven’t released in Japan yet such as ‘Into the new world’ and ‘Oh!’
Moreover, although this tour was Girls’ Generation’s first tour to be held after 9months of their debut in Japan, it received an intense interest by attracting 450,000 applicants for tickets. Also, Girls’ Generation received a favorable review from Japanese media and the officials by giving finest performance with their various charms, excellent abilities and fancy stages.
Especially, Girls’ Generation will hold their second solo concert at the Gymnastics Stadium in Olympic Park, Seoul on July 23rd and 24th. Girls’ Generation will hold an unusual concert in Korea by performing not only Korean hit songs but also their first Japanese full album, which received Double Platinum (recognized by the Japanese Record Association after selling over 500,000 copies) and ranked the 1st on the Oricon weekly chart. Therefore, it is expected to receive an enthusiastic response from Korean fans.
Meanwhile, Girls’ Generation will hold their second solo concert, ”2011 GIRLS’ GENERATION TOUR” at the Gymnastics Stadium in Olympic Park, Seoul on July 23rd and 24th.
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