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Section TV, an entertainment news program, issued a quiz. One of the questions featured JYJ ^^.
Q: Choose thethat correctly arranges the lines inside the painkiller advertisement (in the photo) which is becoming a hot issue recently due to JYJ’s appearance as models.
(1) Does it hurt a lot? Dummy… Why did you put up with it. Don’t be sick. Trust me.
(2) Why did you put up with it. Dummy… does it hurt a lot? Trust me. Don’t be sick.
(3) Why did you put up with it. Does it hurt a lot? Don’t be sick. Dummy… Trust me.
(4) Don’t be sick. Why did you put up with it. Does it hurt a lot? Trust me. Dummy…
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“We’re hungry to show you what a real World Tour is!”
Group JYJ is the first singer of Republic of Korea who succeeded a solo concert in Spain. On the 29th Oct (local time) JYJ had a brilliant concert at Poble Espanyol, Barcelona, in front of 3000 people which didn’t include only Spanish fans but also other European fans from France, Netherlands, Switzerland, etc.
This concert was indeed a challenge. Although among domestic netizens, there were different opinions regarding the number of audience, the meaning and value of JYJ’s challenge are not going to fade. It was hard to find a reputable promoter for a concert of Korean artist. This is reality. For this concert, JYJ’s agency C-Jes Entertainment has directly worked on it from A to Z and has had to overcome several obstacles.
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JYJ Concert in Spain. A Brave Beginning, More Important Than Its Scale
With the perspectives splitting, there is rising controversy about the Spain Concert from Group JYJ (Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, Kim Junsu).
On the 29th of last month, group JYJ held JYJ Europe Tour Concert 2011 in Barcelona, Spain while 3000 fans gathered. They held the concert in Poble Espanyol of Barcelona, Spain, and this was the first for a Korean artist.
After the concert, a few are raising doubt as to the objective facts on the number of the members of the audience gathered on the scene, the number of fans of the area, and the publishing of the event by foreign press.
On this day, the concert was crowded from early on due to the fans who gathered—not merely Asian fans from Korea, China, Japan and such but also from all over Europe. There were even some fans of the region who showed enthusiasm enough to make them put up a tent to stay up overnight in foul weather in order to take a position that is close to the stage.
The most eye-catching thing about this concert was the fact that not merely fans of Asia but also a number of foreign fans from Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, and such filled the seats. They shouted the names of the members in precise Korean pronunciation and sang along to the songs.
According to Open Music Jordi, the promoter (of JYJ) in Spain, as the result of counting after the audience entered the venue, it has become confirmed that 3000 persons visited the venue as a member of the audience. Read More →
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Group JYJ ranks top in October K-pop chart of Tower Records, a big music distributor in Japan.
On the 2nd, through its official website, Tower Records revealed its K-pop chart of October. According to the results, ‘In Heaven’ of JYJ ranked No1. No2 is The Boys of SNSD and No3 is ‘Step’ of Kara. 2NE1’s ‘NOLZA’ ranked No4 and Super Junior’s ‘Mr. Simple’ No5.