Korean singing trio JYJ has plans to hold a series of concerts in South America, according to their agency C-JeS Entertainment.
“We are currently in the final stages of scheduling JYJ’s concert tour in South America and it will most likely take place in late February or early March,” an official with C-JeS told 10Asia on Thursday.
However, the official explained that the agency is still in discussions on which countries to visit and will make the announcement at a later date once everything is finalized.
The trio had performed in Europe with shows in Spain and Germany in October and November, respectively, which attracted several thousand fans to each performance.
JYJ, composed of members Park Yuchun, Kim Jaejoong and Kim Junsu, were formerly of quintet TVXQ, K-pop’s most popular and successful boy band in the Asia region.
They broke off from the group however and started a separate singing career in October 2010 for which they have continued to promote themselves back home and overseas.
Recently, the boys released their first Korean-language album “In Heaven” featuring their title tracks “In Heaven” and “Get Out” which fared well on various online music charts.