Over 3,500 fans crowded JYJ’s Asia tour press conference site in Thailand.
On September 25, C-JeS Entertainment announced, “Last night, JYJ held the Asia tour press conference in Central World, Thailand. The press conference, which was held in a open area, gathered over 3,500 fans, proving JYJ’s popularity.”
The agency rep added, “The fans gathered not only in the plaza near stage but the second and the third floor behind the stage, that their shouts almost buried the sounds from the microphone during the press conference.”
During the interview, JYJ stated, “We think it’s been three years since we visited Thailand as JYJ. We’re happy for the warm welcome and the people that we’ve met at the airport, hotel and the streets always seem to be bright, considerate and kind, so we feel good and comfortable.”
When asked about performing during the opening ceremony of the Asian Games and which sports they would pick if they were to participate in the Asian games, JYJ answered, “It was meaningful to be standing at a place where Asia became one and we were thankful that many people were happy to see us.”
JYJ member Kim Junsu (27) revealed that he would not give up on dance songs even though he is approaching the age of 30.
On the 20th, a press conference for the 2014 JYJ Asia Tour Concert in Shanghai ‘THE RETURN OF THE KING’ was held at Shanghai’s Mercedes-Benz Arena at 6:50pm KST. There, Kim Junsu was asked if anything was becoming a burden as he approaches he age of 30, and to that, he replied ‘So far, there’s nothing that’s tough because of age.”
Kim Junsu continued, “Actually, I have something to say. The two members wanted to remove dance songs (from concerts and albums), bringing laughter to the room. He said, “JYJ are idols and even though it could be embarrassing (because of age), I cannot give up dance because I feel the need to make it enjoyable for the fans who watched our dance (performance) and liked us.
He livened up the atmosphere by saying, “My solo songs for this concert are all dance songs. To be honest, I want to sing ballad songs but the other members are doing that.”