After holding a total of nine shows in six cities throughout Japan, K-pop singer Kim Hyung-jun bid his fans farewell at the final leg of his second Japanese tour over the weekend.

Kim danced and sang in front of several thousand fans in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka, Nagoya and Sapporo for his month-long tour dubbed, “KIMHYUNGJUN 2012 2nd Story in Japan,” from August 3 to 26.

He staged powerful performances of his past hit songs such as “Girl,” a track listed on his first mini-album “My Girl” released in March 2011, and “Sorry I’m Sorry,” the title single off the second mini-album “ESCAPE,” which became available in Japan on August 8.

Aside from his second nationwide tour, Kim held interviews with the local media outlets, held autograph and hand-shaking sessions with fans and made appearances on TV programs.


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