[INFO] JUNSU JYJ 1st ASIA TOUR IN BANGKOK

Posted on March 22, 2014 – 01:26 pm

JUNSU JYJ 1st ASIA TOUR IN BANGKOK [1st Live Show Album]

The sper idol k-pop world, "Kim Junsu" (JYJ) will travel to meet with fans in Thailand as the first country in Asia after Seoul, Korea for his solo debut album. "JUNSU JYJ 1st ASIA TOUR IN BANGKOK" will let you experience the powerful that Koreans music experts have praised so much and Kim Junsu was named as the most talented singer who has the best vocal skills.

Date submitted: Sunday May 27, 2012

Venue: Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon

Ticket price: 4.500 / 3.500 / 2.500 / 1.500 / 1.000 TH Baht

el plan los asientos y la fecha de compra aún no ha salido * The site contains a total of 5, 200 seats, all seats have 2 ways >> For pre sales and through the page ThaiTicketMajor, seating plan and the purchase date is not out yet

4.500 THB ** All ticket purchased will gain a dessert of Junsu and 20 lucky fans (all 4.500 THB tickets) get Junsu autographed album by the same (pre-15, 5 ThaiTicketMajor)

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Bomb blasts damage fragile Indonesian economy

2002-10-14 10:53:00 by bali

Southeast Asian markets tumbled Monday as investors across the region reacted to the Bali bombings that killed more than 180 and sparked fears of new terrorism.
In Jakarta, stocks tumbled more than 9 percent, and markets sank in Bangkok, Manila and Kuala Lumpur on investor fears of "Bali Effect" copycat attacks.
The Indonesian rupiah plummeted against the dollar.
Some invest...iser canceled all its charter trips to Bali until Christmas.
Meanwhile, organizers of an upcoming energy conference, the Seventh Annual Condensate Forum, shifted their meeting from Bali to Singapore because of security concerns.
More than 5 million foreigners visited Indonesia in 2001 -- about 1.5 million to Bali alone -- accounting for about $5 billion in foreign exchange earnings

It's a toss up with this one

2010-07-09 14:00:57 by -

Orc Ahem < - > 2010-05-26 11:01:05
I've stayed in five-star hotels in SF, Mexico, NYC, London, Paris, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney. I've flown first-class between SF and London twice, between NYC and London five times, SF and Bangkok five times, SF and Auckland once, London and Singapore twice, and once non-stop from NYC to Singapore (saw the sun rise over the North Po... of Phuket. I've lived in Mexico, Malaysia and the British Virgin Islands for two months each. Now I live in an affluent southern California beach town. I had a live-in Thai girlfriend for a year and a half. She had natural 42DDD firm breasts, but was otherwise slim and trim. I shit you not. She was an astonishing stunner. She was 22 when we met; I was 40. And yes, she was most definitely a she.

Ahem

2010-05-26 11:01:05 by -

I've stayed in five-star hotels in SF, Mexico, NYC, London, Paris, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney. I've flown first-class between SF and London twice, between NYC and London five times, SF and Bangkok five times, SF and Auckland once, London and Singapore twice, and once non-stop from NYC to Singapore (saw the sun rise over the North Pole, then set again a half hour later). That fli...ve lived in Mexico, Malaysia and the British Virgin Islands for two months each. Now I live in an affluent southern California beach town.
I had a live-in Thai girlfriend for a year and a half. She had natural 42DDD firm breasts, but was otherwise slim and trim. I shit you not. She was an astonishing stunner. She was 22 when we met; I was 40. And yes, she was most definitely a she.

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