The return of JYJ has officially begun:
On September 15, C-JeS Entertainment revealed the full MV to JYJ’s title track, “In Heaven, timed in conjunction with the long-awaited release of JYJ’s ten-track Korean album, also titled In Heaven.
And after last week’s foreboding MV teaser, JYJ fans finally get to experience Junsu and Song Ji Hyo‘s touching love story. Junsu plays the all-too-busy boyfriend who chooses work over love, which he learns to regret only after fate takes Ji Hyo’s life in a tragic car accident.
If anyone’s seen the film If Only, this MV might ring a few bells.
Years later, a grief-stricken Junsu is now a highly successful businessman (a la Jaejoong in Protect the Boss and Yoochun in Miss Ripley), but it’s an empty shell of a life, with the gaping hole that Ji Hyo’s death has left behind.
When the clock winds back to 2008 and Ji Hyo shows up at his door, Junsu realizes that he’s been given a second chance to make her happy. But there’s an expiration date on this heaven-sent reunion as the date of Ji Hyo’s accident approaches…
The MV goes hand-in-hand with the sorrowful, regretful lyrics of “In Heaven,” which is said to have been written by Jaejoong for his close friend, actor Park Yong Ha, who took his own life last June. “In Heaven” also features actress Kim Jung Eun, who does the short but poignant narrations at the beginning and end of the song.
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