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NII27: NII 광고 촬영중!!! 기대해주세요~~>_<
[TRANS] NII Shooting for Ads!!! Please look forward to it~ ~~>_<
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JYJ, feel the love ♥♥♥
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JYJ3 note: This is Part 1 of an article written by Professor Lee DongYeon, who teaches cultural theory at Korea National University of Arts. We decided to translate this piece due to its strength of insight and its relevance to understanding how the situation between JYJ and SM is perceived by intellectuals as well as by the general public. DNBN, among other Korean fansites, have posted the professor’s article and we believe it is our duty to share it with international fandom. Part 2 will be posted tomorrow.
JYJ, K-pop’s exiles that refused to be ‘slaves’, what will be their destiny…?
K-pop is at the peak of its craze. In Tokyo, Beijing, Bangkok, and also Paris, London, New York, K-pop is emerging as the new global pop. Via TV and internet, K-pop is claimed to be global icon that lets the world know about South Korea’s cultural excellence. But how much do we actually know about K-pop? On what condition has K-pop come into the spotlight of global pop? How the music of K-pop is created and consumed? Is K-pop really substantial?
K-pop is not the K-pop that we know because K-pop covers only idol music. And K-pop’s exterior and interior are disconnected because the perspectives on K-pop of international K-pop fans and domestic music fans are different. K-pop is like Samsung that ascended the throne to become a global company with its ‘no labor union’ myth. Although idol groups have worked hard and became global stars, there is no way for them to speak properly about their worries and pains. Like global company Samsung that doesn’t have a labor union, K-pop is global pop formed through unlimited competition without freedom. Read More →
[TRANS] In March, Kpop band produced by Kanye West will come to Chile (JYJ)
Source: Cassiopeia Chile Facebook
Translation credit: @StagePersona
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Note: Yuchun has been doing CFs to promote Tio
[TRANS] SM’s abuse in power is not even a true power for people such as myself who make ads or for those who produce these advertisements. This field is not like the broadcasting companies who cannot maintain their programs without the appearance of artists on their shows. Every idea in this world can be used for advertisements and any person has qualifications to appear [in ads]! There are many celebrities!
[TRANS] It looks as though SM Entertainment stops models in their agency from signing with companies who have chosen JYJ to be their advertising models. They must think that they can control advertising companies in the same way that they can control broadcasting companies. This is the kind of arrogance that is held by the people who have much power.
Translation by: DoctorJaee of JYJ3
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Venue: Theatro Caupolican, Santiago(Chile)
An advertisement saying that JYJ will appear on “Charity Party for One Year Anniversary of East Japan Earthquake” have been published on The Nikkei. C-JeS Entertainment has not signed any contract with the any contractor [of the advertisement] regarding the above mentioned event, and the contents of this advertisement have not been discussed with C-JeS. Also, we have contacted the company that has published this article to publish corrections regarding the misinformation in the advertisement through the same media in which the advertisement have been originally published. However, there are no corrections made to this date which we have agreed on, so we would like to ask for your understanding for making this announcement. JYJ WILL NOT APPEAR on “Charity Party for One Year Anniversary of East Japan Earthquake,” so we would like to ask the fans to please take cautions to prevent any damages.
In 2011, most of the world’s news spread quickly across the globe thorough various Social Networking Sites.
Those who could not find an outlet to voice their opinions also utilized SNS to express their thoughts and at times, changed the world. These same social networking sites became a gateway of communication between JYJ and their fans.
The three JYJ members Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, and Kim Junsu were once members of the greatest idol group, TVXQ under SM Entertainment but publicly revealed their unfair contracts and became independent.
The three members were once part of the wildly popular group, but suddenly became distant from their fans once creating JYJ. There really was no way for them to properly communicate with their fans.
They desperately needed to build a bridge in order to be able to reach their fans, and SNS became the obvious answer. After leaving TVXQ in July of 2009, JYJ publicly released two albums but it was not easy for the public to have access to their music or their performances.
Due to reasons unknown, the boys are unable to publicly perform on television programs or cable channels. Despite this, the boys sold over 320,000 copies of their two albums released in 2010 and 2011, proving that their fame knows no bounds and fans still highly support their career.