NewJeans’ Tokyo Dome Tickets Snatched Up by Scalpers

NewJeans, the rising K-pop sensation, has demonstrated their remarkable popularity ahead of their official debut in Japan. Scalped tickets for their Tokyo Dome fan meeting are fetching prices as high as 100,000 yen (approximately $740 USD), underscoring their burgeoning popularity.

Despite not having officially debuted in Japan yet, NewJeans‘ rapid rise to performing at Tokyo Dome, a milestone achieved in just 1 year and 6 months as a rookie idol, is nothing short of impressive.

NewJeans is scheduled to release singles in Korea and Japan on May 24 and June 21, respectively, marking their much-anticipated comeback.

They have also announced their official Japanese debut with a fan meeting titled “Bunnies Camp 2024” at Tokyo Dome on June 26 and 27.

Tickets for NewJeans’ Tokyo Dome fan meeting were quickly sold out upon release. Thereafter, scalped tickets appeared on a Japanese ticket trading site with a substantial markup, creating considerable buzz.

This enthusiasm is further highlighted by the fact that the fan meeting, held during weekday evenings, not only sold out swiftly but also witnessed the appearance of scalped tickets.

Recently, NewJeans unveiled a pre-release track “Bubble Gum,” which has dominated both domestic and international charts ahead of their official music release, confirming their strong fanbase.

With significant ticket demand already evident before their Japanese debut, the excitement for NewJeans‘ expansion into Japan continues to grow.

As the anticipation builds, fans are eagerly awaiting NewJeans‘ official debut in Japan and their upcoming fan meeting at Tokyo Dome.



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