A cyberbully was sentenced to pay a fine for slanderous attack toward JYJ Kim Jaejoong.
On the 21st, Yang Seokyong, Judge of Seoul Central District Court revealed that Ms. A, student of a prestigious university in Seoul, was sentenced to a fine of 1.5 million KRW for violating the Act on Promotion of Information and Communication Network Utilization and Information Protection.
The justice department made the following judgment, “Ms. A has arbitrarily interpreted the rumors on Internet and spread them and maliciously distorted the victim’s private life. As the victim is a celebrity who receives the attention of the public and the defamation targeted his extremely private life, the degree of damage is high.”
Ms. A was brought to trial by a fan club of Kim Jaejoong, on the charge of defamatory postings about his family relationships and sexual orientation on Internet bulletin board from August to September 2012.
During the trial, Ms. A claimed that she has just pretended to be anti on purpose, in order to provoke the public’s sympathy toward Kim Jaejoong.
On the other hand, JYJ’s company C-JeS Entertainment has recently requested a police investigation of a netizen who spread malicious rumors about Kim Jaejoong.
Actor Park Yuchun, handicapped with a shoulder injury, is intensely passionate about acting.
Park Yuchun became known to be persuaded to have surgery at the hospital. Needing treatment for more than 3 months in order to shoot ‘Three Days’, Park Yuchun plans on postponing surgery and (instead) maintain filming while going to get hospital treatment for the time being.
Park Yuchun suffered an injury in his shoulder during the middle of filming SBS new Wed-Thurs mini-series ‘Three Days’. The MRI photographing result shows he had stretched his shoulder ligament.
On this, Park Yuchun will wear a safeguard and receive outpatient treatment, except when filming; his management indicates that they will watch his progress.
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It is being reported that despite a shoulder injury, Park Yoochun will continue to film for his upcoming drama “Three Days.”
A representative of C-JES Entertainment told reporters, “Since last week Yoochun had been complaining about pain in his arm. We took an MRI and discovered that he had hurt his shoulder ligaments. The hospital told us that it would take about three months of recovery to heal.”
Despite this, it seems that the dedicated actor will continue his filming. His agency rep continued, “We will adjust the schedule appropriately, and afterwards do what is necessary for his shoulder. The management is making plans to prevent any future complications.”
C-JeS Entertainment has officially announced that the legal dispute between JYJ and its former Japanese management, Avex, has come to an end.
On February 16, entertainment agency C-Jes uploaded a press release on its official homepage regarding its artist group JYJ. It announced, “C-JeS (JYJ) and Avex have agreed to end all legal disputes that have occurred between the two parties until now. Henceforth, C-JeS (JYJ) and Avex will longer meddle in each other’s activities.
Previously, the Tokyo District Court ruled in favor of JYJ and ordered Avex to compensate the group for interfering with its activities in Japan. Avex immediately appealed the decision, and a related source revealed, “Through the mediation of the Tokyo District Court, both sides decided to settle.
The CEO of C-JeS Entertainment, Baek Chang Joo, expressed his pleasure at having the dispute end and the road to JYJ’s activities in Japan open. Baek Chang Joo stated, “It is most meaningful that as we have agreed with Avex that it will no longer meddle in JYJ’s activities, the group’s activities in Japan has been legally guaranteed. We are happy that JYJ’s long legal dispute has ended and are hopeful that JYJ will be able to meet their Japanese fans more closely and more often.”
PRLog (Press Release) - Feb. 7, 2014 - SEOUL, South Korea – SEOUL | February 7 2014 – South Korean design agency, Art & Design International (ADI) has recently closed of one of their biggest projects yet. This project included a complete branding job for South Korean singer Kim Jae Joong’s recently opened coffee house, Cafe J Holic in Seoul. Jae Joong is best known as a member of the K-pop group JYJ.
Amongst other companies, ADI was selected by Jae Joong himself since the K-pop singer was looking for a Korean design agency that would be able to take on this very important and big project. The South Korean design agency was responsible for the whole branding process of Cafe J Holic, which consists of a large range of stylish merchandise. With the help of Art & Design International, Cafe J Holic turned into a unique coffee shop in its own kind where people do not only come to enjoy a cup of coffee but also come to shop the products of their favorite Korean star.
The South Korean company has designed over 60 merchandise products, all with a distinctive design that fits the coffee shop’s corporate identity. The products range from coffee mugs to tote bags and pillows, from which some are only available in limited edition. For his fans ADI has designed a special journal where Jae Joong shares some personal information about himself, like his favorite day of the year. “This project was a good opportunity for us to learn about the K-pop culture and get an inside look on the relationship between celebrities and their fans”, says CEO Hellen Choo, who says to become more aware of the power of Korean pop culture throughout South-East Asia after this project.
This is one of ADI’s biggest projects and one of the most exciting so far. ADI is confident that this project will help put the agency on the market nationally as well as internationally. There’s no doubt that ADI has a great future ahead of them.
JYJ’s company, CJeS, will be taking firm legal action against a certain individual who has been impersonating members of Kim Jaejoong’s family and posting up comments that have subjected him to degradation and insult.
CJeS revealed on their official Facebook the actual account and username of the imposter and announced that they have collected all the data about the account. They will be reporting this incident under Cyber Slander Law.
They also warned the imposter to cease the posting or sharing of all offensive comments, and that they have no intent on agreeing on any special terms made by the imposter.
He was on the first row, courtesy by Yunjae’s fans
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[JYJ CN Line] This is a strict warning to those who spread false rumors about JYJ members! Posting or spreading false information is an act of libel/defamation. Those with foreign IPs can be punished by international law.
(2013.10.20 Cyber Protection Agency)