Korean pop idols U-Kiss held their first-ever solo concert in Japan yesterday, according to their agency NH Media on Tuesday.
NH announced in a press release that some 3,000 fans attended the boys first concert held at the Zepp Osaka on December 6 as well celebrating the launch of their official fan club in the country the same day.
They opened their concert with their latest hits "Before Yesterday" and "Shut Up" from their fourth mini-album "BREAK TIME" followed by a number of other songs including "Round and Round," "What" and "Manmanhani."
All seven of the group's members also gave individual performances including Alexander and Kevin singing "Finally" and Soohyun giving his rendition of a song from popular Japanese band Exile.
"It felt great to know that so many fans showed up for our first concert in Japan. It was great to see our fans sing along with us and we hope to do our best for our other shows," the members of U-Kiss were quoted as saying.
They will continue with their activities in the country with a hand shaking session today, appearances on several local television shows and holding their second concert in Tokyo on Friday.
Composed of other members Ki-bum, Ki-seop, Eli, Dongho, U-Kiss (Ubiquitous Korean International Super Star) made their debut with single album "New Generation" in September 2008.
They have been promoting their title track "Shut up" from their fourth mini-album "BREAK TIME" since its release early last month.