Following JYJ’s successful concerts for the North American Leg of their World Tour, CJes Entertainment sends out an official announcement regarding ticket sales for the trio’s last stop in Busan. On the 25th of May, the agency confirms that they have postponed ticket sales to the 27th of May due to director’s suggestions for seating arrangements, concert location and accurate ticket information.

110525 Notice about JYJ World Tour in Busan ticket sales postponement

Good Afternoon.

This is C-JeS Entertainment.

We would like to apologize to the numerous fans who have been giving the Busan concert great support.

With regards to the earlier news that ticket sales were scheduled to start on 25 May, we would like to inform you that there will be a one day delay.

The date has been pushed back one day as Jeri Slaughter, who will be directing the Busan concerts, has suggested the rearrangement for certain seating areas in order to provide a better performance. Therefore, we would like to ask for the understanding from fans.

The postponed date for ticket sales is as stated below.
Also, please take note of the seat categories and price information which is written below as well.

**Please note that the date has been updated from 26 May to 27 May

We apologize for the late notice, as this postponement was due to the need to accurately communicate the concert location and ticket sales information, and we seek your understanding.

Ticket sales start : 27 May 2011, 8pm KST
Ticket sales agent : Interpark

Seat Class / Ticket Price in Won (Tax Inclusive)
VIP Seats / 143,000
“R” Seats / 132,000
“S” Seats / 110,000
“A” Seats / 88,000
“B” Seats / 55,000
“C” Seats / 33,000

(Interpark’s information is scheduled to be released before noon on 25 May. Please check for it)

We once again apologize for the confusion, and seek your understanding.

Thank you.

Source : [BaiduTVXQ + C-JeS]
Translated & Shared by : dongbangdata.net

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