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The members of JYJ and actress Han Hye Jin will be joining Park Ji Sung’s soccer charity event in Vietnam.

Park Ji Sung, who previously established JS Foundation (charity foundation), will be holding his first ever “Asian Dream Cup” charity on June 15th at a stadium in Ho Chi Minh.

JYJ will be performing as congratulatory guests during half time, and will also be participating in a Vietnamese boys’ soccer clinic. Han Hye Jin, who’s currently a Hallyu star thanks to the popularity of MBC’s “Jumong”, will be acting as the face of the event as the ‘festival lady.’

Soccer players joining the match include Patrice Evra, Lee Young Pyo, Jung Jo Gook, Lee Chung Yong, Jong Tae Se, and others.

By: Woon

Sources: Allkpop and Star News via Nate


On April 14th, JYJ shared some hilarious ’set-up’ photos of themselves goofing around together.

Through his Twitter, Jaejoong wrote, “We’re just too close to each other, it’s a problem!”

The accompanying photo shows Jaejoong giving fans a peek at the ‘brawl’ going on between Junsu and Yoochun. In another related tweet, Jaejoong shared a photo of himself and Yoochun smiling brightly while writing, “So happy!”

Fans commented, “You guys are just too close, huh, “Puhahaha, so funny”, “It’s lovely seeing you guys like this”, “Please don’t fight keke”, and “Yoochun in the back… I didn’t think that was Park Yoochun!”

by: woon

sources: Allkpop and Reviewstar


On April 2nd and 3rd, JYJ finally kicked off their world tour in Bangkok, Thailand at the Impact Arena. The “JYJ World Tour Concert“ managed to bring in 22,000 fans, proving the group’s worth as Hallyu stars.

As it is JYJ’s first solo concert away from SM Entertainment and their brand as ‘TVXQ‘, industry representatives from both Korea and overseas kept close tabs on the event.

The members never forgot to thank their fans throughout their concert for not forgetting them, and for taking time out of their lives to attend their concert.  Through an impressive laser show, the trio emerged on the stage with “Empty“, and went on to perform “IDS“, “Nine“, and “Pierrot.”

The Thailand fans were also the first to be able to hear the debut live performance of “Untitled Song Part 1“, a track from their latest best seller, “JYJ Music Essay“.

The members also revealed four tracks that they had written and composed, which included “Get Out“, “In Heaven“, “Boy’s Letter“, and “You Are“.

1. Boy’s Letter – lyrics by Jaejoong


2. You Are – lyrics by Junsu


3. Get Out – lyrics by Jaejoong & Yuchun; composition by Jaejoong


4. In Heaven – lyrics & composition by Jaejoong


Yoochun stated, “I feel proud that we’ve collected enough songs to hold a concert.  As it is a world tour, we wanted to leave a stronger impression than that of our showcase last fall. As much as we are satisfied with the concert, it was also a time for us to turn back and reflect on what we lacked.”

Junsu added, “I’m thankful towards Jaejoong hyung for directing it.  Even though we didn’t have much time to prepare, he really did his best and never once have I ever felt so comfortable at a concert.”

Their world tour will go on to Taiwan on the 23rd and Beijing on May 7th; it’ll then migrate to four cities in North America , and end in Korea on June 11th and 12th.

JYJ가 태국 방콕에서 월드 투어 콘서트의 시작을 알렸다. 이틀간 열린 이번 공연에는 2만2000명의 관객이 몰려 변함없는 인기를 입증했다. 왼쪽부터 박유천 김준수 김재중. 사진제공=씨제스 엔터테인먼트
by: woon
sources: allkpop and Sports Chosun via Nate

On March 23rd, JYJ’s Jaejoong visited the Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok, where he prayed for the good health of Bhumibol Adulyadej, the King of Thailand.

The visit was made by chance, as Jaejoong had noticed a yellow bracelet that his fans were wearing during his stay in Thailand. It was only then that he learned that the king was lying in a sickbed, and that the yellow bracelets symbolized national unity, and more recently, the recovery of the king’s health.

After learning of his visit, reporters was asked Jaejoong for further details after JYJ’s concert on April 3rd. Jaejoong explained, “I wanted to repay the love our fans had given us by paying our respects to someone they love and respect as well. Although I wasn’t able to meet him in person, I hope that he recovers his health as soon as possible.”

His thoughtful action has been spotlighted in Thailand, and the star is being praised for acting as a cultural envoy, and not just a visiting singer.

Jaejoong was invited to meet with the royal family as a common guest; unfortunately, he found that he lacked a proper suit since he was in Thailand for a concert. After learning of his predicament, the royal family went as far as to clear out one floor of an entire shopping mall so that he could shop in peace. On April 2nd, the royal family personally attended JYJ’s concert and expressed their gratitude for his visit.

Cautiously, Jaejoong stated, “I did what I had to do.”

by: woon
sources: allkpop and Sport Hankooki

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JYJ member Micky Yoochun wants more privacy and less stalking from fans. He vented with a recent Twitter post.

Today on his personal Twitter account (@6002theMicky), the “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” star pled,

“Please, please… Don’t follow me. Don’t come to my house… Private life!”

This message was obviously directed at “sasaeng (shortening of 사생활 sasaenghwal, private life) fans,” or “stalker fans,” who follow around their favorite idols and get well-acquainted with their private life.

Netizens are answering, “Sasaeng fans aren’t really fans,” and “They can understand his feelings through this,” and “It must’ve been really difficult if he came to this…” Fans are also wondering what kind of run in the singer may have had with sasaeng fans.

It’s sad that idols have to remind us not to stalk them. This should be a given.

by: woon
source: popseoul

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Representatives of the Oricon Chart report, “JYJ’s ‘DVD Memories in 2010 ‘ and their album, ‘Thanksgiving Live in Dome Live CD’, both will be excluded from the ratings chart.”

According to Oricon, the decision was made to respect the conditions of the distribution of Avex Entertainment. Agency of Japan has claimed their contract with JYJ invalid. As a result, this stop their activities in Japan and held a discussion about whether or not JYJ album will be distributed. Avex agreed to release an album with the provision that the trio was banned ads promoting and releasing them for monetary gain.

The album was finally released on March 2, to “revitalize the market”, but the Oricon explained that they would release it from the ratings chart since it is also a form of advertising.

source: Asian Fans Club



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