Why did ZE:A’s  leader Moon Junyoung shed tears immediately after the beginning of the Japanese concert?

ZE:A members shed a lot of tears as soon as they came on stage on their first Japanese concert.

On March 26th, ZE:A (Children of Empire) held their first concert in Tokyo-Gotanda, Japan, and their first fan meeting in the country.

ZE:A stood backstage waiting, not being able to see the audience. The concert started at 7:00 p.m., at which time, ZE:A stepped out to the stage.

At that moment, the lights turned on and illuminating the packed concert hall and the faces of cheering fans shouting as the members climbed onto the stage. As they finally settled on stage, for awhile, the boys remind speechless.

Finally, Leader Moon Junyoung was unable to greet the audience, deeply moved and filled with emotions, could no longer control himself and started crying.

“I’m so surprised and shocked that so many fans came to our first concert. There are no words that can express our gratitude,” he said through broken tears.

At the end of the last song’s introduction, Hyungisk also stated, “We will work and practice harder and come back with a better image.” He then too burst into tears of appreciation and gratefulness.

At this concert, ZE:A performed their latest single “All Day Long,” their debut song “Mazeltov,” including eight other songs, and also prepared various events for their Japanese fans and spent a good time with them.

ZE:A (Children of Empire) debuted last January in South Korea, the same time that the official Japanese fan site opened. Currently, the number of members exceeded the 4,000 mark and is overwhelming gaining more interest.

In the meantime, ZE:A’s new second album single “All Day Long” created by Brave Brothers, is gaining popularity.

SOURCE: Newsen

TRANSLATION & CREDIT: pixie_noona91 @ Royal 9

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