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  • Park Jeong Min, Juno, and SHU-I to Hold Charity Concert in Japan
  • [2011-07-21]
  • Four star K-Pop artists -- Park Jeong Min, Juno, SHU-I, and ZE:A -- participated in a charity concert in Tokyo and delivered encouraging messages by singing songs.




    They appeared in the charity concert entitled "UN-OHRLLSㆍUN Friend's Whistle! Act for Tomorrow Vol.2," which was held at the Tokyo International Forum Hall in Yurakucho, Tokyo on July 18. They led the second session called "K-Pop Session." Juno, who is the twin brother of Joon Soo from the group JYJ, held the opening performance by singing his songs including "Fate," which will be released on August 31 as his debut song in Japan, "Cry," and "Nothing To Lose." SHU-I, who appeared as the second singer, sang his Japanese debut song "Smile For Me" as well as "Summer Sweet," which will be included in his second single in Japan that will be released on August 17.




    Park Jeong Min came onto the stage after ZE:A, and he enraptured the audience by singing a total of five songs including "Not Alone," "If You Can't," "Do You Know," and "Your Color," which is the theme song of the drama "August Love Song," in which he appears as a protagonist for the first time. Park Jeong Min asked his fans with a big smile, "I want you to stay by my side even in joy and in sorrow," and his fans responded with a round of applause.




    "Friend's Whistle" has been planned by UN's subordinate body called "OHRLLS" and the non-profit organization "UN's Friend Asia-Pacific," which has operated in the Asia-Pacific region, to heal the broken hearts of the earthquake victims in Japan with music and to deliver encouraging messages. It has also held activities donating CD players, MP3 players and musical instrument to people living in the damaged region.

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