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Yunho And Changmin To Bring “TVXQ! Concert – CIRCLE – #with” In Three Asian Cities

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Cassiopeias in Bangkok, Manila, and Hongkong, warm your throats up and get ready to cheer loud for TVXQ!

SM Entertainment formally announced that K-Pop powerful duo Yunho and Changmin will embark on an encore concert tour titled TVXQ! Concert – CIRCLE – #with in different Asian cities by the end of June until July.

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After starting the encore tour in Seoul on March 9 and 10 at the KSPO Dome, TVXQ will once again take the concert stage through a concert at the IMPACT Arena in Bangkok on June 29. Then, the duo will perform in front of their fans in the Philippines on July 13 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, before coming to Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Arena on July 20.

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(Photo from SM Entertainment)

Last year, Bangkok and Hong Kong also welcomed Yunho and Changmin for their TVXQ! CONCERT – CIRCLE – #welcome concerts.

Yunho and Changmin To Finally Stand on Philippines’ Concert Stage

Meanwhile, the upcoming concert will mark the debut of the duo on Philippines’ concert stage, earning much excitement and anticipation from Cassiopeias in the archipelago who have been waiting for their solo concert in the country for more than a decade now.

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Tickets to the Manila show will go on sale on June 9 via SM Tickets outlets and online. Fans can choose from different ticket categories which include VIP Seated A and B, Upper Box Center, Upper Box A and B, Gen Ad Center, and Gen Ad A and B.

Ticket prices, exclusive of ticketing charges, are as follows:

  • VIP Seated A – Php 13,500
  • VIP Seated B – Php 12,500
  • Upper Box Center – Php 7,500
  • Upper Box A – Php 6,500
  • Upper Box B – Php 5,500
  • Gen Ad Center – Php 4,500
  • Gen Ad A – Php 3,500
  • Gen Ad B – Php 2,500

Read More: TVXQ To End PH Cassiopeias’ 16 Years Of Waiting With First Solo Concert In Manila

In related news, Yunho will release his first solo mini album in South Korea titled True Colors on June 12. Ahead of his solo debut, he continuously unveiled teaser photos and highlights for the tracks that will make up his mini album.

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