19 Nov 2014 [News] JYJ Gets Emotional Singing an Old TVXQ Song at Their Tokyo Dome Concert


JYJ Gets Emotional Singing an Old TVXQ Song at Their Tokyo Dome Concert

It was a sad and emotional moment for both fans and the JYJ members when the group started singing “Begin,” a TVXQ (or Tohoshinki) song from when the group was five members (Junsu, Yoochun, Jaejoong, Changmin, and Yunho).

JYJ sang “Begin” during their Tokyo Dome concert, part of their 2014 ‘JYJ Japan Dome Tour – Ichigo Ichie.” 

In some of the fan-taken videos from the event, you can hear fans crying as they listen to the members sing and you can see the members take in the emotional impact of the song. It is very rare for JYJ to sing a song from the time when they belonged to TVXQ, especially at an official event like this one, so the performance was very meaningful for the fans and you can hear how it affected them.

Member Jaejoong tweeted about the event saying, “We won’t cry… we won’t cry. We thought we should hold back our tears, but we found it difficult. But we thought it was most important to convey our best. We will work hard tomorrow too. Let’s get more enthusiastic than ever!”

In related news, C-JeS Entertainment announced earlier in October that the group was preparing to release a Japanese single soon- their first as JYJ.

 

Source: Soompi

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Categories: Concerts, JYJ 2014 Tokyo Dome Concert, News, Videos

2 comments

  1. I love this song, especially the beginning part sung by Yu Chun.

  2. @pinksapphire, me too, especially the part where his voice tails off from 2:08 to 2:11 and fans screamed his name. His smooth, velvety vocals really suit a song like this. And this song really brings back memories of him when he was much younger. It makes me cry when I think of him – so young and fresh then.

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