Tokyo Dome means nothing to new k-pop acts who try to break Japan - it’s just another big arena they get to perform in. It’s all numbers and statistics and facts. But to DBSK it symbolized their hard work and their dreams. It symbolized years of blood, sweat and tears. Newer acts will never understand exactly what it means to stand on that stage, and in a sense I’m relieved that they will never be able to take that away from DBSK, and what the five of them did for the industry.