The Korean idol group JYJ, who suddenly announced news of holding a concert at the end of the month in Taipei Arena, started ticket sales at 12 noon of April 8th. According to the concert organizer, Broker Brothers Herald, over 7000 tickets were sold by the evening of the 8th. Though the news of JYJ’s concert in Taiwan was sudden, Taiwanese fans still created a ticket surge.
The news of the April 23rd Taiwan concert was released on April Fools that created major headaches for JYJ fans – issues like having the most expensive tickets ever sold in Taiwan, the most expensive ticket being TWD$5000 (roughly US$173) and how to line up for mosh pit that didn’t have any seat arrangements. There were also fans that started lining up two days before the official ticket sale date – their dedication to their idols can be clearly seen through this act.
JYJ’s “JYJ World Tour 2011 ASIA” Taipei Stop will be be held at the Taipei Arena on the night of April 23rd. Details and inquiries can be directed to the concert organizer Broker Brothers Herald or the g-music iTicket system.
Source: [Yahoo! Taiwan]
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