As expected, with his undeniable worldwide popularity, JYJ’s XIA Junsu year end’s concert tickets were sold out (once again) within 5 minutes after the tickets went on sale this evening!
JYJ’s XIA Junsu will be holding his year end ballad concert for the 4th consecutive time at Jamsil Indoor Stadium from 29th of December to 31st of December. According to the ticketing agency, this concert has gained a lot of attention from not only the local fans but also fans from oversea which resulted a strong competition in getting the concert tickets.
Fans who failed to purchase the tickets today can look forward to the second ticket sales which will be held on 20th of November. However, another fierce competition in grabbing the tickets is expected.
The prosecutors’ office has rejected allegations that boy group JYJ’s Junsu has conducted fraudulent business activities, his lawyer said Tuesday.
Yoo Hyun-joo, a lawyer from KeumSeong, released the statement on Tuesday, saying, “The prosecution dropped the charges against Junsu,” adding, the prosecution charged the accuser, surnamed Kim, without detention for making false claims.
In November, two construction companies, in charge of building Toscana hotel located on Jejudo Island, sued Junsu for fraud. They said the singer borrowed money from them after writing promissory notes but did not repay.
Junsu’s agency refuted their claims, saying, “Although it is true that he wrote the promissory notes, he did it only for accounting purposes.”
The singer’s agency then countersued the companies for embezzling the materials cost and defamation.
Credit: Kpop Herald
[NEWS] 151117 JYJ’s Junsu in legal battle over his hotel in Jeju Island
There’s quite an issue with Junsu’s hotel in Jeju Island. Junsu was previously accused by two construction companies of failing to pay them 5 billion won (about 4.5 million U.S. dollars) for his Toscana Hotel in Jeju Island.
Last week, that was revealed to be a false accusation, and the lawsuit was dropped. But there’s more to the story.
An official report by Junsu’s lawyer on November 17 KST stated that back on November 13, it was officially decided by the prosecutor that Junsu was falsely accused, and the case was dropped.
In fact, not only did Junsu pay all of the fees for the construction of his Jeju Island building, but he had actually overpaid.
The lawyer added, “Regarding the civil case that is still left, the Toscana Hotel evaluated that the accuser received their construction fee, and even received an excess payment of 8 billion KRW (around $6.8 million U.S. dollars). The constructor unfairly embezzled the construction fee, and we will bring up a strong, legal counterclaim.”
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The year 2014 was special for ‘actor’ Park Yuchun. His [big] screen debut with movie ‘Sea Fog’. And the Blue Dragon Film Awards’ New Actor award. He emerged as Chungmuro’s rising star in one swallow. The audience saw the the future of Korean cinema in the image of Park Yuchun holding his trophy and recalling the names of people he was thankful to with a flushed expression.
One year’s time has passed and we should find the Blue Dragon Film Awards award ceremony this year in the capacity of winners from the previous year right now, but Park Yuchun enlisted at the end of last August and is in the middle of his public service currently. He will not be attending the hand-printing event on November 5 either. Sorry that he’s leaving his moment of glory in a handprint, we met with Park Yuchun in advance on August 17, ten days before he enlisted. Park Yuchun spoke with determination, “I will become an actor who won’t shame the trophy,” looking back at the moment he was awarded when he was doing his hand-printing.
Park Yuchun deserved to be the owner of the trophy, for his fervent performance turning into a naive crewman in ‘Sea Fog’. However he said, “I didn’t expect it at all when I was at the Blue Dragon Film Awards”. “The moment that my name was called, I was so surprised. I didn’t even know what kind of expression to put on in front of the camera; and hadn’t prepared an acceptance speech too. I think I was scattered, talking strangely. I really was looking around at the award ceremony. It was a period where an entertainer wants to see an entertainer. It was interesting to examine what works I missed in the movie theater. But my mind/heart felt uneasy and my shoulders bear a heavy responsibility when receiving the award unexpectedly.”
Boy band JYJ on Thursday made their first public appearance as a group after two of the members enlisted in the Army earlier this year for their two-year mandatory military service.
The trio received the Prime Minister’s Commendation at the 2015 Korean Popular Culture and Arts Award held in Seoul for their contribution to the spread of Korean pop culture, or hallyu.
“Thank you so much for inviting us and giving us such an honorable award. We will try harder to contribute to introducing Korean culture worldwide,” member Kim Junsu said.
Thirty artists will be honored this year with several titles, including the Culture Medal, the Presidential Commendation and Minister’s Commendation.
K-pop girl group Girls Day, a recipient of Minister’s Commendation, will perform during the ceremony.
Source: Kpop Herald