Posted by: krnloop | February 11, 2008

TVXQ’s tickets sold-out in just…

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I thought this was impossible but apparently, it happened.

40,000 Tickets to TVXQ’s Saitama Super Arena concert on May 3, which is one of the last stops in the group’s Japanese tour, were sold-out in just one second after the ticket sale was opened last February 10 at 10 am.

Exactly how was that possible? That is the question.

Source: Yonhap


Responses

  1. Wow…seriously O.O
    must be some kind of record ^^

  2. Damn, that’s awesome!

  3. Wow *O* Thanks for the info!

    I think you mixed some things up though? Because May 3 is one of their LAST concert dates, not their first ^^;;

    It is the first Saitama Super Arena concert, but the first concert of the tour is on March 19 at Yokohama Arena. I think this is also stated in the Yonhap article that you listed?

  4. OH YEAH! Thanks! It’s the last!

  5. One of the lasts, I mean. Really thanks for that. I’m very careless with these stuffs. >_<

    @_@ 첫날 공연 in Saitama!!!!!

  6. A lot of people pre-ordered, the opening for preorders started on the 3rd of feb.. so when open sales started, it all went to those who preordered😄

  7. At it’s largest setting, Saitama Super Arena holds 37,000 people.

    However, how can one sell tickets for 40,000 people when the arena doesn’t even hold that many when it’s in it’s largest configuration?

    I smell something fishy. Most artists utilize SSA for the mode that holds around 15,000 people, so.. yeah.

  8. Well, I am sure most of it was pre-ordered. A congested website would never be able to handle this many requests in 1 second. Regardless, shows the star power they possess! Good for DBSK!

  9. […] Meanwhile, TVXQ just finished its 3rd LIVE TOUR 2008 ~T~ tour that attracted more than 150,000 fans. Moreover, tickets to this tour were sold out in just a second. […]

  10. kyaaaaa~

    tvxq hwaeting!

    they are the best! best! best! best!

  11. 1초라?? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ
    진짜 대단해~~ 우리 동방오빠들❤


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