JYJ’s Park Yoochun proves his popularity once again when he came out as a guest of the Chinese HunanTV program “Happy Camp”. The special episode that was shown on July 12 was placed 1st on the ratings among all the programs on the same timeslot. Park Yoochun’s episode garnered a total of 2.242% in ratings, which was higher in comparison to the previous episode’s 1.922% and higher than normal with the show’s average rating as 1.844%.
CJES Entertainment further explained that during the show, Park Yoochun also topped search portals in China and was a trending topic in Weibo as well.
Meanwhile, JYJ fans are anticipating the much-awaited JYJ comeback album which is reportedly to be released late July. Park Yoochun’s movie entitled “Sea Fog” will also be released next month.
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[NEWS] JYJ Yoochun Appears On China’s ‘Happy Camp’ And Sets Record For Highest Viewer Ratings
JYJ’s Park Yoochun has been dominating the music scene across Asia as of late.
Yoochun made an appearance on China’s “Happy Camp” on July 12, setting the record for the Korean celebrity guest with the highest viewer ratings this year.
The idol member’s agency, C-JeS Entertainment confirmed that Yoochun “topped the viewer ratings and the Weibo real time search engine as well.”
Yoochun was the only Korean male actor invited for the ‘man god” special of the hit Chinese show.
The entertainer also made his mark in Japan this month, successfully holding a fan meeting to promote his drama, “I Miss You.” Japanese fans had to go through quite a bit of trouble to get tickets to see Yoochun, according to Yahoo Entertainment Singapore.
“It was very difficult to come by the ticket, and those who could not get the tickets could not do anything, but just crying. Those who could not buy the tickets gathered at the airport, or formed a major line-up in front of the venue to see Park Yoochun,” stated a Japanese fan.
During the course of his fan meeting, Yoochun made it clear that he was more than grateful for those who have continued to support him.
“I had a hard time while trying to hold my tears as I got up on the stage. I felt very nervous because it was my first solo fan meeting in Japan, but I had the most unforgettable time of my life. I will do my best to get back as soon as possible,” stated the singer and actor.
While each member of JYJ has been successfully focusing on their individual activities, the time has come for the trio to return as a group.
The boy band will begin a concert tour of eight cities in Asia, including Seoul, next month, to mark the upcoming release of their new album, according to Yonhap News.
The tour will begin in Seoul’s Jamsil Stadium on August 9 and will move on to Hong Kong, Beijing and Qingdao in China and Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.
The group’s management company confirmed that the finishing touches of JYJ’s second full-length album, which is set to be released this month, are being made.
“The group has recently finished filming for the album’s music video and photos with the music’s recordings on the final stage,” stated JYJ’s agency.
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