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Due to the explosive sales of JYJ in Peru concert tickets – which has broken sales records that, to date, neither Justin Bieber nor Miley Cyrus has been able to beat – many people who are not following Hallyu have started to ask who are these three young men with this much popularity and charisma?
As a result, it’s not just the ordinary and common masses that have raised questions about this but also the most important and influential medias in Peru.
As an example of this, one of the country’s most important newspapers “El Comercio”, has dedicated a note in one of their pages’ most popular sections called “Luces” (Lights), where they report on everything related to the world of entertainment.
As shown below, TPF, a TVXQ fan club in Peru and a member of the Union of JYJ Fan Clubs, one of El Comercio’s journalists contacted a member of the Union to arrange an interview about their projects. The long awaited article will appear in the newspaper’s Sunday edition this January 22nd. Read More →
It’s a shame to hear and read comments that those going to the concert will scream and carry banners of other bands that have nothing to do with the concert the commenters are going to see. Read More →
Due to the increased buzz surrounding JYJ after their impressive ticket sales, Peruvian newspapers like El Men have taken notice and are reporting more about our boys ^____^
Title: JYJ Greets Their Fans
Underneath: Preparing last minute details for the concert that will be held on March 11th at the esplanade of Monumental Stadium.
Asian Plus edition no.459, pg. 20
January 11 to 17, 2012
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Title: JYJ Tembus Amerika Selatan (JYJ is breaking through South America)
Underneath the title: JYJ’s popularity is getting bigger and bigger. They will hold solo concerts in two countries in South America. All can be carried out due to the power of social networks that have successfully introduced their music to the world.
Translation/summary of highlighted portions: Read More →
Some 5,000 tickets to Korean boy band JYJ’s upcoming tour of South America sold out in less than two days, breaking the record for foreign artists, the group’s agent said Monday.
“We began selling the tickets last Thursday (Jan. 12) for the tour in South America and the seats were sold out in two days,” C-JeS Entertainment said in a press release.
It was reported that some fans camped overnight to buy VIP tickets for seats closer to the stage. Read More →
Call made from November 14 to December 31, 2011.
United fans showing the love and appreciation for JYJ and your next presentation in our country.
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Ticket sales opened up on January 12th and were almost sold out that very day.
On January 15th, JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment stated, “Last Thursday, we began selling tickets for the tour in South America and right when we opened the window, we sold 80% of the 5,000 seats in Chile and Peru.” Read More →