Korean Pop group JYJ took over South America this past weekend, thanks to sold out shows in Santiago, Chile and Lima, Peru. The three-member group is the first K-Pop act to perform in South America as headliners.

The shows, all in support of the group's second studio album, In Heaven, officially wrapped the JYJ World Tour Concert, which began last April in Bangkok, Thailand. The tour has included stops in Taipei, Vancouver, Newark, Los Angeles, Barcelona and Berlin.

On Friday, Junsu, Jaejoong and Yoochun descended onto Santiago's Teatro Caupolican, performing to a crowd of 3,000. The boys introduced themselves in Spanish, adding that they were really happy to meet our Chilean fans. We will do our best to show you the best performance, Soompi.com reports.

The set list included Empty, Found You, Fallen Leaves and In Heaven.

On Sunday, more than 3,000 fans gathered at Jorge Chavez International Airport to welcome JYJ. The group later performed at Explanada Sur del Estadio Monumental, where some 6,000 spectators took in the show.

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