Archive for July, 2013

[TRANS] 130729 More Excerpts from “The JYJ” Magazine Vol. 2: Jaejoong’s Stories


Lucky International Fan:

She was [an] international fan.
I first knew her when she was 14.
Around 10 years ago, I received her fan letter with her photo.
When I was working as scheduled, I could see the face.
She learned Korean diligently and later, she graduated summa cum laude from college that I advised her to go to.
Also she’s now working in a company that I suggested to her.
And friends around her became my friends, too.

[T/N: JJ actlly didn’t specify the fan’s gender, but I thot he wud’ve said “boy fan” if it was male b/c we all know how he loves his male fans 😀 That’s why translated it as “her” story, so please don’t be too jealous over “her” because we don’t know if it’s she or he. hehehehehe. But yeah, still envious whether it’s a girl or boy.]
(Source: @sweetsvanilla via @catchballJJ_bot Trans: @jaetaku

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[LINE] 130724 JYJ Line Update: JYJ’s Message following KFTC announcement

Always be with you guys!


Source: JYJ+JYJ(EN) Naver LINE
Shared by:JYJ3

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[NEWS] 130724 Update from C-JeS Entertainment: Official Statement Regarding FTC’s Correction Order

I strongly believe in retribution.


Official statement of C-JES Entertainment regarding FTC’s correction order against the activities of SM Entertainment and Korea Popular Culture and Art Federation to hinder JYJ’s activities as singer.

C-JES Entertainment hereby announces its position with regard to the corrective order of Fair Trade Commission to ban SM Entertainment and Korea Popular Culture and Art Federation from obstructing JYJ’s performances as singer. (full statement of CEO Baek Chang-ju)

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[NEWS] 130724 The Fair Trade Commission’s Orders, JYJ’s 180,000 Fans Gathered and They Solved It



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It has come to light that the signatures from JYJ’s 180,000 fans were a great help making the result in which the Fair Trade Commission (hereafter FTC) sided with JYJ’s Kim Junsu, Kim Jaejoong, and Park Yuchun.

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[RUMOUR CONTROL] 130706 HEROSE shares information regarding Jaejoong & JYJ weibo account’s Incident

I only know when a person make a mistake, he or she shall apologize.


JYJ3’s Note:

HEROSE (A Korean Jaejoong Fansite) have shared information they received from CJeS related to a recent incident involving Jaejoong, JYJ Weibo account and Yunjae’s fans. [The incident we’re referring to is this post.]

We decided to share C-jes’s Unofficial Statements to our readers, because our main purpose as a JYJ Fansite is to protect JYJ’s members from harmful rumors. Seeing how these rumors have spread internationally, we wanted to clear up this issue for you and prevent any further harm to Jaejoong that could be caused by this rumor. Through HEROSE’s Unofficial correspondence with CJeS, we now know that it was a staff leaving replies to fans on JYJ’s Weibo and not Kim Jaejoong himself.

1.- C-JeS’s Unofficial Statement to HEROSE:

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[Chinese Translation]

JYJ members’ Weibo accounts are official Social Networking Services (SNS) that were created to communicate with Chinese fans. The purpose of these accounts are…

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[NEWS] 130703 Asahi Shinbun: Popularity Born from Fans’ Hunger


JYJ3’s Note: “Asahi Shinbun” is one of the largest Japanese daily newspaper, with 7.64 million copies issued per day (via @miar815)

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It was an unusual sight in a way. Kim Jejung, a member of Korean trio artist, JYJ, had his solo live concert last June 26 at Yokohama Arena, Kanagawa Prefecture. Fans’ screams even had tearful tinge in it, and there were some fans who couldn’t stop crying. This scene looked similar to when JYJ held a concert at Tokyo Dome this April after three years. When Jejung, Kim Junsu and Park Yoochun appeared on stage, fans’ shouts of delight had a tearful tone, and some fans kept crying while holding towels.

These three [JYJ] have hardly been able to do any entertainment activities in Japan these past four years. They brought a case against their former management company in Korea as they were unsatisfied with the content of their contract…

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