Girls’ Generation has become the Korean girl group to attract the most fans during concerts in Japan, according to its agency yesterday.
It attracted 200,000 people during its tour titled “Girls’ Generation II – Girls&Peace – Japan 2nd Tour“, which started on Feb. 9 in Kobe, SM Entertainment said.
The girls had total of 20 concerts in seven cities in Japan until finishing in Osaka over the weekend.
They performed hit songs “Genie” from a Japanese EP, “Girls&Peace” and “Flower Power” from the group’s second regular Japanese album, and “I Got a Boy” and “Dancing Queen” from their fourth Korean regular album.
Girls’ Generation is now scheduled to release a new Japanese EP called “Love&Girls” on May 29.
Meanwhile, 2PM had its first concert in Tokyo Dome over the weekend, two years after making its debut in Japan.
For the two-day concert titled “Legend of 2PM” from Saturday, the group attracted 110,000 people.