Looks like someone is trying to jam in as many fan events as possible before enlisting! Ji Chang Wook’s Japan agency Rubeus announced today that Wook will hold one more Japan event on Friday, 17 February 2017 entitled “JCW 3rd Concert – A Love Song to Send to You.”
Wook himself mentioned the news at his 25 November Tokyo performance that he was scheduling one more show in Japan. After hearing from many people that it was difficult to get tickets for his November shows in Tokyo and Osaka, he decided to hold a show at a larger venue where he could meet more fans. This is what we know so far:
“JCW 3rd Concert – A Love Song to Send To You” (all times listed are local Japan time)
Date: 17 February 2017 (Fri.); doors open at 6:00pm, with curtain at 7:00pm
Venue: Tokyo International Forum, Hall A (http://www.t-i-forum.co.jp/en/)
Admission: 11,880 yen (general admission, inclusive of taxes and service charges) ※ not open to children under 3 years of age; children 4 years and older will be charged full admission price ※
Ticket Sales Dates (online ticketing sites to be announced):
Japan Fan Club Members: Monday, 12 December 2016 through Sunday, 18 December 2016 (jichangwook.jp; must provide membership number)
Mobile Site Members: Wednesday, 21 December 2016 through Sunday, 25 December 2016 (mobile link: sp.jichangwook.jp)
Pia Ticketing: Wednesday, 4 January 2017 through 9 January 2017 @ 11:59pm (website: http://ticket.pia.jp/pia/)
Tokyo International Forum Box Office (ePlus): Saturday, 21 January 2017 @ 10:00am through 13 February 2017 @ 6:00pm (website: ePlus); hours of operation 10:30am-7:30pm
Public General Release (Rakuten): Saturday, 21 January 2017 (website: Ticket Rakuten)
※ Ticketing for fan club members and mobile site members is on a first-come, first-served basis ※
Sponsored by: Glorious Entertainment and TIMO Japan Co. Ltd.
Produced by: TIMO Japan Co. Ltd.
In Cooperation With: Ji Chang Wook Japan Official Fanclub
Production Management: Mdash
Inquiries: Mdash telephone: 03-6416-1515; hours of operation 10:00am – 6:00pm
The Tokyo International Forum is the largest convention centre complex in Japan. Hall A has 5,012 seats and is one of the largest theaters in Japan, with many other Hallyu stars holding events here in prior years. The hall is distinguished by its stage facilities, making it ideal for a wide range of events from ceremonies and business conventions to concerts and other live performances. Facilities included with this venue are its 16-language simultaneous interpreting system and the AV network enabling live broadcasting. Many shops and restaurants are housed inside and around the Forum, catering to all local and international visitors’ needs.
The Tokyo International Forum is accessible via the JR Rail Yamanote or Chou Lines to Tokyo Station, or via the Keiyo or Yurakucho subway lines. Yurakucho Station is the closest stop to the venue, where you will access the facilities through an underground concourse to Exit D5 (approximately a 2-minute walk). If you arrive at Tokyo Station, you can access the Forum via the B1 Concourse (approximately a 5-minute walk). Several city shuttles also run directly from Tokyo Station as well.
As this event was just announced today, we await further ticketing information and will update this post when available!
Credits: Ji Chang Wook Japan Fan Club; Rubeus Japan; Tokyo International Forum
Thanks for posting, Cherkell. I wish he would have one here in Los Angeles before scheduled enlistment.
I do not think his fans can ever have enough of him. I wouldn’t mind if Japan fan meet videos were shared with his “other” fans but because of the copy right laws, I always feel a VOID in my heart when he performs in Japan. Would it ever be possible for JCW to meet his international fans in a nearby location ie Hawaii? I am hesitant to travel by myself without knowing the language and the difficulty of getting tickets. Oh, I am happy for JCW Kitchen, a lifeline. Thank you Cherkell and Gabby…you are greatly appreciated!
Wow! JCW’s really squeezing in as many events as he can before he takes up the “hospitality” of the South Korean government. 😆 Again..lucky Tokyo fans. To be able to enjoy JCW before he “disappears” for 2 years. 2 years is really long.. 😫