South Korean boy band SHINee will proceed with its Japanese tour in the wake of Jonghyun's death.
Onew, Key, Minho and Taemin will take the stage at their SHINee World The Best 2018 - From Now On concerts in Tokyo and Osaka.
The news follows Jonghyun's death at age 27 of an apparent suicide.
"Many people are worried about us, but we decided to do the planned Japanese shows," Key wrote, according to Billboard.
Jonghyun, born Kim Jong-hyun, died Dec. 18 after being discovered unconscious at an apartment in Seoul.
Nine, the singer's friend and a musician for Dear Cloud, later shared a message that Jonghyun asked her to post in the event of his death.
SHINee last released the Japanese album Five in January 2017.
The group's agency, SM Entertainment, released a new digital single featuring Jonghyun and other artists in December following the singer's death.