11. #11 G-Dragon-One Of A Kind World Tour (2013)
This is the largest solo tour for a K-pop artist. G-Dragon's One of a Kind World Tour visited 8 countries (Korea, Japan, China/Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore) and gathered 570,000 people from 27 shows.
10. #10 TVXQ-Tree (2014)
This was TVXQ's seventh Japanese concert tour. They held 29 shows and visited ten cities in Japan and brought in 600,000 people.
9. #9 EXO-Exo Planet 3-The Exo'rdium (2016 - 2017)
As this concert tour concluded just now, this is the most recent concert tour on the list. EXO drew in a total of 611,000 people from 37 shows as they held concerts in Korea, Thailand, Japan, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Mexico, and the United States.
8. #8 BIGBANG-Japan Dome Tour X (2014 - 2015)
With this tour, Big Bang became the first foreign artist to hold a complete 5-dome tour in Japan in back to back years. A total of 741,000 audience members for 16 shows.
7. #7 EXO-Exo Planet 2 Exo'luxion (2015 - 2016)
EXO's largest tour as they held 39 shows across Asia and North America, drawing in an audience of 742,000.
6. #6 TVXQ-With (2015)
TVXQ paved the way for many Korean artists in Japan, this was their second five-dome tour in Japan and they attracted 750,000 people across 16 shows.
5. #5 BIGBANG-Japan Dome Tour (2013 - 2014)
Big Bang is on this list... a lot. A total of 771,000 audience members for 16 shows.
4. #4 BIGBANG-ALIVE (2012 - 2013)
This tour drew an audience of 800,000 people. They held a total of 48 shows as they visited cities in Asia, North America, South America and Europe.
3. #3 TVXQ-Time (2013)
This Japanese tour drew in 850,000 people and grossed over $92.6 million over 18 shows. They became the first non-Japanese Asian artist (fourth foreign artist) to hold a complete 5-dome tour in Japan.
2. #2 BIGBANG-0.TO.10 (2016 - 2017)
The latest tour by Big Bang drew in 1.38 million people across 32 shows. They concentrated a lot on Japan for this tour as nearly 85% (1.167 million) of the audience came from their shows in Japan. K-pop might be popular in China but a bulk of the concert tour money comes from Japan.
1. #1 BIGBANG-MADE (2014 - 2015)
This tour drew a whopping 1.5 million people across 66 shows. With this tour, they hold the record for Most attended concert tour by a Korean act of all time in Japan, China, the United States, and Australia. This is why the members of Big Bang are called Kings.