[J-Pop] Tohoshinki’s Crying Days – The Real Side

Revealing the real crying days of Tohoshinki.

On June 3rd, sale of CD which will flow your tears “OTOKONAKI (Men Cry)” is begun. The compilation album which gathers male artists’ songs in theme of “the hidden tears of men”, all songs inserted has in total sales of 380 thousands copies.

Tohoshinki’s song “Doushite Kimi Wa Suki Ni Natta Shimattan Darou?” is also recorded, and the more special of it is the official web of OTOKONAKI where you can see listeners’ marks on this song. Among the fans, you must have the imagination of them singing in flowing tears, right?

As for Tohoshinki, which has never been told and even in their official web never released that they ever cried, yet 2 years ago on June 19th 2007–at the last stage of their “Tohoshinki 2nd Live Tour” in Budoukan, at encore while were singing “PROUD”, suddenly Yoochun was teary and couldn’t manage to continue singing. Junsu who was beside him got the effect and also the rest of members did cry as well.

Tohoshinki who is a top artist in Korea, with a high popularity, had to endure the feeling of being no one as a rookie in Japan. “There’s maybe no one will welcome us.” they ever said this to see how things were going at that time.

“In Japan as a rookie, the first problem was language which we didn’t even understand. We felt uneasy as were separated miles away from our home country, thinking how if no one liked us, etc. While finally 2 years ago, after all those hard working years… on such a huge stage of Budoukan, in front of great number of fans, we couldn’t stand but cried.” – Tohoshinki.

Tohoshinki who currently has been active in all cities around Japan, they had endured anykind of uneasy feeling, restlessness for finally to be in where they are now.

source: BARKS
credits: Huahuabbs.ifensi.com + hoobs
trans: sharingyoochun@wordpress

taken from asianfanatics.net

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