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JYJ fans caused quite a frenzy during the group's South America tour dates two weeks ago. Now, the K-Pop group has released new footage of their devoted fans. (PHOTO: REUTERS / Pilar Olivares).

Nearly two weeks after JYJ wrapped their world tour in South America, the Korean pop group has released new footage capturing the fan frenzy that went on in Santiago, Chile and Lima, Peru.

The videos, which debuted on JYJ's official YouTube channel on Thursday, show thousands of JYJ fans waiting for the group in airports and outside their hotel, holding signs, posters and delivering screams reminiscent of Justin Bieber's Beliebers.

Junsu, Jaejoong and Yoochun became the first K-Pop act to headline shows in South America when they performed in Santiago's Teatro Caupolican on Mar. 9 and in Lima's Explanada Sur del Estadio Monumental on Mar. 11.

According to Soompi.com, the boys introduced themselves in Spanish during their show in Santiago, before performing La Colita, a popular dance in the country.

The fact that JYJ is in Chile, you guys knowing about us JYJ, and cheering for us is all really new and amazing, Yoochun told the crowd, Soompi.com reports.

I don't think we can ever leave out Chile in the future world tour concerts, he added.

JYJ has been on tour for nearly one year, in support of their second studio album, In Heaven. Their world tour, which began in Bangkok, Thailand last April, has taken the group to cities like Vancouer, Los Angeles, San Jose, Barcelona and Berlin.

Scroll down to watch new footage of fans in South America, courtesy of JYJ.

Don't forget to check out our gallery of JYJ in South America.