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Boy group JYJ is holding charity event for the victims of Japan.
On 5th April, a media from Japan reported, “At the time when Tohoku/Kanto had a huge earthquake disaster, JYJ, who felt sad about the damage and we donated 600 million won to World Vision which is an international relief organisation, is planning to organise a charity event to help victims of the earthquake.
Through their Japanese website, JYJ revealed the purpose of the event, “We wish to send courage to victims who suffered the calamity even though it isn’t much.”
For the sake of helping those victims, JYJ will be donating part of the appearance fees and profits from the ‘Charity Event to Support Victims of Tohoku/Kanto Great Earthquake Disaster’ event which will be held on the 7th June at Japan Saitama Super Arena .
JYJ3’s Note: The below is a translation of the blog entry posted by Hayato. It is currently deleted.
Actually, at first there was a plan to do a concert in Tokyo Dome in May. They were under the impression (T/N: literally, “believing”) that they could sing in Tokyo. JYJ is aiming for the future. To that future, let’s take the fans, and let’s appear in front of the fans after having heightened our levels from where we are today, let’s show (the fans) that we are sweating for that end… To JYJ who was working for that, suddenly the news of the cessation of the Tokyo concert reached them. Tokyo Dome had gone into smoke because of the pressures of A. Co. This happened in the middle of filming vigorously for 3hree Voices 2. To them, how big of a shock it had been….
As you know, JYJ’s Japanese management company A. Co. announced last September that they are unilaterally putting a halt to JYJ’s Japanese activities. This, wasn’t this supposed to mean that they were going to leave alone JYJ’s management—that is, that JYJ should go off and do their own thing by themselves?
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