South Korean boy band FTIsland has announced a jam-packed Japanese autumn tour with 13 stops in eight cities, reports Allkpop.
The tour, which has been titled FTIsland 5th Anniversary Autumn Tour 2015 "Where's my PUPPY?" will celebrate the group's 5th year since debut.
The tour has kicked off in Nagoya and the rest of the concert dates will be scattered throughout the month of October across seven other Japanese cities.
After Nagoya, the boys will then march on to Tokyo (October 1 and 2), then Niigata (October 6), Osaka (October 8 and 9), Fukuoka (October 13 and 14), Sapporo (October 20), Sendai (October 23), Hiroshima (October 25) and then return to Tokyo for their finale performance on October 29.
FTIsland has both impressed and worried fans with their hectic schedule of 13 concert nights to be held in 32 days. It was even reported that the boys worked through the recent Chuseok holdays, a major harvest festival and one of the most important holidays in Korea where family members get together and thank their ancestors, in preparation for their Japanese concert tour.
FTIsland has been heavily promoting overseas. The autumn Japanese tour will follow the group's 5th anniversary Japan arena tour held in July as part of promotions for their 5th Japanese studio album 5.....Go. And last week, lead singer Lee Hongki attracted huge crowds while attending fan meetings in China.