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October 25, 2010

Tohoshinki Expo in Japan starts today!

DBSK's Japanese Expo starts today! The 2010 Tohoshinki Expo is a special expo dedicated to the five members and will showcase their entire career in Japan starting from 2005.

The expo will run this weekend and run from October 22nd (Japan Standard Time 12:30 -20:30) to October 24th (Japan Standard time 10:00~20:30) at the Tokyo International Forum Hall 1. At the end of the month, it will move to the Osaka ATC Hall A and run from October 29 (12:30~20:30) to October 31 (10:00~20:30).

The expo includes a “super giant karaoke room” with large monitors projecting Tohoshinki music videos to sing along to. In addition, there will be a section dedicated to the revival of the A-Nation 2008-2009 collaboration of Tohoshinki x Channel-A food cart, “I love Tako!“ (Takoyaki) and “Love in the Ice” (Korean shaved ice).

The expo will also have extensive fan memorabilia and special items for sale. In addition to all their Japanese releases, their original Korean goods will also be available for sale. This includes the miniature CD Collection that was sold at the “Tohoshinki Premium Showcase 2009 in Omotesando”!

On October 30th, the “Tohoshinki Expo 2010 ~The Movie~” will premiere in theaters across Japan It will be shown in six prefectures and 25 cities. Tickets will cost 2,000 Yen. For a list of showings you can find them at Tohoshinki Movie Listing.

Source: Avex
Posted by Karina @ Koreaboo

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