Kim Jaejoong Asia Tour in Bangkok – Rebirth of J [170318]

Another late review of concert I attended months ago. Haha.

On March 18th 2017 we finally attended Kim Jaejoong’s concert in Bangkok. Thailand was one of the stops for Rebirth of J Asia Tour. This concert is a long-awaited concert for all his fans.

(Kim Jaejoong is one of JYJ member, he used to be TVXQ member.)

NOTE: Photos credit goes to Dini and Uchan, and some news sites. We actually weren’t allowed to take pics or vids, the security were so strict. I didn’t want to risk being dragged out…

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TVXQ Special Live Tour – T1STORY in Bangkok [150530] 

This post is soooo long overdue lol. Alasan kenapa tiba-tiba saya menulis tentang ini sebenarnya karena hari ini tepat 2 tahun sejak saya datang ke konser TVXQ, tepatnya T1ST0RY in Bangkok. And as expected, it was one of the most memorable concert for me.

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5 Tips Nonton Konser di Negeri Tetangga

Hayo ngaku, siapa yang langsung panik saat Coldplay mengumumkan concert stops for upcoming tour?

Kayaknya lagi jadi the hottest topic in town nih. Kalau saya sih gak termasuk yang ketar-ketir, toh saya biasa aja sama Coldplay..

Dulu saya termasuk yg mikir kalau nonton konser di luar negeri itu mahal banget. Tapi ternyata setelah diperhatikan, beberapa konser harga tiketnya bisa lebih murah dibandingkan tiket di Indonesia. Lagipula kan bisa sekalian jalan2..

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Traveling Tohoshinki

I can’t deny that one of some reason that I want to go to Japan so bad is because of Tohoshinki. And honestly, me and my travelmates knew each other because of Tohoshinki 🙂

What is Tohoshinki? Tohoshinki or TVXQ or DBSK is a vocal group from South Korea. They’ve been active since 2003, and i started liking them since 2010. I know some people might judge me for liking a boyband. Judge me all you want, but they means a lot to me 🙂

Even though they are from S. Korea, but they are considered big name in Japan. Well actually it’s an understatement. Tohoshinki is HUGE in Japan. For example, they filled Nissan Stadium that has capacity of 300,000 seats for their concert.

So here’s a glimpse of our journey to ‘find’ Tohoshinki in Japan:

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