JYJ, a Korean boy group formed by Junsu, Jejung and Yuchun of the disbanded TVXQ, has successfully wrapped up their showcase in the U.S., its agency CJes Entertainment said on Monday.
JYJ held showcase events in New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, drawing in a total of 20,000 fans.
"JYJ members have gained confidence about their entry to the U.S. market thanks to the great support from fans,” CJes said in a statement.
The showcase in Los Angeles on Friday capped the group’s worldwide tour introducing their music to fans in 10 different cities around the world.
Their latest album, "The Beginning," which features talented rapper and legendary producer Rodney Jerkins, went online on Apple’s iTunes on Nov. 18. The album’s formal release in the U.S. is slated for December.
JYJ is also scheduled to hold its first concert at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in southern Seoul on Nov. 27 and 28.