[NEWS] Park Ji Yoon says JYJ makes more money than TVXQ
Announcer and host Park Ji Yoon recently stated on a broadcast that the members of JYJ are earning more money now than TVXQ.
Specifically, she stated that because they are now a group of three, they are earning more income than when they were part of the five-member TVXQ. Park Ji Yoon added that one of the reasons they are earning more now is because of a better profit-sharing ratio with three instead of five members, after originally stating that the reason they are earning more money now is that they are acting a lot these days.
Of course, the trio JYJ infamously left TVXQ and SM Entertainment in 2010, and are now under C-JeS Entertainment.
JYJ3’s Note: Below is the full translation of the Korean article, that also mentioned Jaejoong:
[NEWS] Kim Junsu to make solo comeback in October, ‘Ssulzun’ Park Ji-yoon remarks “JYJ’s income is better than when they were in TVXQ”
JYJ Kim Junsu is making his solo comeback in October.
On September 13 C-JeS Entertainment said, “Kim Junsu is planning his solo album release in the middle of October”.
With the relevant news, Park Ji-yoon’s remark on ‘Ssulzun’ in the past is even shedding new light between netizens.
JYJ’s earnings rose up in a topic on JTBC ‘Ssulzun’ that aired last August.
Lee Yoon-seok on the broadcast back then, had said, “The fact that they[JYJ] cannot be seen on TV rather seems to have increased their on-the-spot ticket power”; and Park Ji-yoon interjected, “Naturally JYJ has not been active vigorously like their TVXQ days but their profits-share proportions are better at the time in a contract with their new agency and their actual earnings has improved than their TVXQ days”.
Following Kim Gura evoked laughter when he added, “Singer Moon Hee-joon assumed the role of Kim Jaejoong’s role model in their SM days and took care of him a lot. By the way he said ‘If you want to get a drink, I’ll buy it for you anytime’ when he met up with Kim Jaejoong recently. It seems his income is secure”.
Kim Junsu will make his solo comeback in October.