Read More →
Read More →
“In Germany there are people who love and support JYJ too. We can’t imagine a live without the wonderful music and the funny members and we let the people know this. You can see at the pictures… Fighting JYJ!!” – Heike and Sabine
Brian: @mjjeje @0101xiahtic Have fun in the US~ Let’s see each other when you’ve come back… Fighting… and when you come back to Korea let me know^^
Junsu: @brianjoomuzik Let’s see each other for sure when we come back from the US, Hyung~^^!!
Source: @0101xiahtic; @brianjoomuzik
Translation Credit: JYJ3
JYJ member Kim Junsu is receiving a lot of attention online with the released of the version of the song ‘That Man’ which he sang.
On a internet site on 14th May, Kim Junsu sang to drama ’Secret Garden’ OST with the accompaniment of the noraebang machine. This video, with the title of ‘Xiah Junsu That Man’, has been spreading furiously online.
Kim Junsu stands out with his good singing ability even with just the accompaniment of the noraebang machine. Once again clearly proving his ability of being chose as first for best singing ability as an idol singer. Even the tranquility of the song, with a powerful vocal and through controlled speed, he 100% revived the touchy feelings of the song.
Netizens who heard the song made comments like, “He wasn’t being chosen as first for best singing ability as nothing.”, “He touch a person’s heart.” Read More →
Jaejoong: It’s the morning but I feel like listening to H.O.T.’s “Deep Love””! (T/N: “H.O.T.” is the first “idol”-type boyband of Korea and it’s well known that Jaejoong was one of their many fanboys, along with Junsu.)
Jaejoong spelled the song’s title as “후애” which is translated as “Deep Love.” However, it seems possible that Jaejoong is using a common misspelling (even among fans) of the song. H.O.T.’s 3rd album has a song titled “후에” which is translated as “After.” Its official English title is “Since You’ve Gone.” Here is the song on Youtube~Read More →
Kim Jaeoong: “I dream of a performance that makes use of the electronic display board of the Namsan Tower”
Continues in taking charge of the directing, from “JYJ World Tour” to Sohn Yeonjae’s gala show
“I dream of installing an extremely big electronic display in Namsan Tower (T/N: An iconic Korean landmark) and performing. The artists perform underneath the Namnsan Tower and the people of Seoul, whoever he is, from anywhere, can see the stage. I become happy just imagining it.”
The reporter just let out one question of whether “directing performances is fun,” but group JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong let his ideas forth one after the other.
Kim Jaejoong, whom this reporter met recently in a café in Shinsadong, was immersed in the fun of directing performances.
“I want to try doing a performance in which the stage and the set are made of LED and lights. I also want to do a performance in which the artist walks on the ceiling of the concert hall. I do get stressed, but there are just too many ideas that I have to pour onto the stage.” Read More →
Good news come in pairs! XD (Jaejoong ranked #2 on Japan’s Twipple for April, see here).
Also, Jaejoong did very well in a ranking with top Japanese celebrities of Japan.
“Girls Walker” is a popular magazine for Japanese teenage girls. It has a music section which it terms “Music Walker.” Readers may remember that Jaejoong has ranked among the very top stars of Japan in a survey by Music Walker in February as an artist to whom one would like to give chocolates for Valentines Day. (See here)
This week, Jaejoong repeated his feat, in a survey on which artist these girls would like to have as their boyfriend:
(1) Hyde of L’Arc ~ en ~ Ciel
(2) Yamada Ryosuke of Hey! Say! JUMP
(3) Fukuyama Masaharu
(4) Yamashita Tohomisa of NEWS, aka YamaPi
(5) Jaejoong of JYJ Read More →
Every month, BIGLOBE releases the top Twitter trends in Japan. With April recently coming to an end, they’ve compiled their data and have just released their rankings for April. One month after the Great Tohoku Earthquake, you can still see the effects via the social media medium.
Check out the April rankings below!
3. Saito Kazuyoshi
4. Maeda Atsuko (AKB48)