KARA Kicks Off First Japan Tour Fascinates Total of 12,000 Fans

16 Apr

KARA kicked off their first Japanese leg of solo concert tour ‘KARASIA’ from today. The tour first stop was at Yokohama Arena flocking a total of 12,000 fans captivating the audience through KARA’s unique dance and 5 members individual solo concert. As Park Gyuri KARA’s leader received vocal cord surgery in February and Nicole injuring her ankle also in February during the performance in Korea relieved fans as both were shown to be healthy.

The performance today began with KARA’s newest Japanese single ‘Speed Up’ released last month. First Gyuri proclaimed in a loud voice, ‘We have begun our tour!’ unable to even know of her vocal cord surgery. In response to 12,000 fans cheers the group performed a total of 24 songs for two and half hours including their Japanese debut song ‘Mister’ and ‘GO GO Summer.’

The dance formation of Nicole was somewhat altered considering her left ankle that is still not yet completely recovered, yet some songs she was able to execute perfectly.

The Japanese leg of ‘KARASIA’ is continuing on the group’s 1st Asia Tour ‘KARASIA’ that began in Korea on February. The Yokohama’s performance today began from 5PM JST the tour will continue to Nagoya on April 18-19, Osaka on April 27-28, Fukuoka on April 30, May 1, Tokyo on May 16-17, and Saitama on May 26-27 for a total of 12 performances in 6 cities.

After the Japanese leg of the concert it will continue on to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and others.

CREDIT : http://www.kpopstarz.com

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One Response to “KARA Kicks Off First Japan Tour Fascinates Total of 12,000 Fans”

  1. Mel♥ (@melt0928) April 18, 2012 at 2:18 pm #

    So proud of the girls ♥ Wish I could have gone or go for the next few concerts!

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